Social inclusion through video games

Nigel Twumasi, United Kingdom

With $1000 I would secure a laptop and the equipment needed to organise this community project - social gaming.

After losing my own laptop, I haven't been able to organise the project launch in December. I aim to show social gaming as a fun activity that people can do together in a safe environment.

All kinds of people play video games including women, families and those with special needs. By bringing people together in the real world we break down the social barriers by sharing an experience where it doesn't matter what you look like or where you're from, but what games you enjoy.