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DAGERS founder (and former Game Informer intern) Josh Straub is on a mission to raise game-accessibility awareness. And what better venue is there than a commercial spot during the Super Bowl broadcast? Straub has enlisted the help of a StarCraft II voice actor for his cause, and he can use your help as well.
Intuit is holding a Small Business Big Game contest, in which small-business owners explain what they do in 90-second video clips. The ultimate prize is a 30-second ad to be broadcast during Super Bowl XLVIII. Straub found a clever workaround for his speech impediment, which is the result of cerebral palsy – he contacted Robert Clotworthy, the voice of StarCraft's Jim Raynor, to provide narration. You can watch the video below to learn more about Straub and his organization, as well as a bit more about why accessibility matters.
If you like what Josh is doing, visit his contest page and give him a vote. The top 20 entries (as decided by voters) will move on to the next round.
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