Ghost Gaming organized the Adaptive Gaming Cup in Rocket League

The North American e-sports organization Ghost Gaming has organized a Rocket League tournament for generate awareness and raise funds to support adaptive gaming initiatives. The Adaptive Gaming Cup includes all Rocket League 1v1 players, with or without disabilitywho will compete for a share of the $5,000 in prizes. This amount has been donated by eSports tournament platform Repeat.gg.

The launch of the Adaptive Gaming Cup coincides with the Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month in the United States.. According to a statement, Ghost Gaming will host the tournament, which aims to support services used by people with disabilities who enjoy e-sports and gaming. In addition to the organization, United Spinal Association Atlanta, Shepherd Center and Evolve will act as partners.

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According to Ghost Gaming at least 3,400 players of all levels have registered for the tournament.along with guest content creators involved.

By organizing the Adaptive Gaming Cup, Ghost Gaming aims to “open up the possibility of greater connection” for those with spinal cord injuries to compete in eSports tournaments and play games using adaptive gaming technology.

The organization is no stranger to supporting gamers with disabilities. In April 2023, Ghost Gaming and Skillshot Media partnered with Make-A-Wish Georgia to grant wishes to children with critical illnesses.

In addition to its efforts to support gamers across the United States, Ghost Gaming continues to focus on grassroots eSports. In February 2023, the organization partnered with XP League to support youth development in the Southeast.

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