RNIB survey on video games: help us understand the impact of being able to play the video games you want to play.

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At the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), we are working with a gaming studio, to explore people’s experiences and preferences in relation to playing games and how enjoyable playing video games are for people with a vision impairment.

There are two participant categories for the survey:

  • Gamers with sight loss
  • Ex-gamers with sight loss

We expect most people will take between 20-25 minutes to complete the survey and the questions you get will be tailored to you based on your answers to previous questions.

We invite all gamers to complete the social impact of gaming survey 2024 – Survey Monkey. It doesn’t matter how you play (console, desktop, laptop, smart phone or tablet) or whether you play strategy games, adventure games or if you’re a puzzle game fan. We want to hear from you.

Once we have results from the survey, we will be organising interviews with gamers with sight loss who continue to play video games and those who no longer play video games. If you are interested in participating in interviews, please complete this short registration form. A gift card of £50 will be given as a thank you after the research interview. The interview will take place on Teams/ Zoom and will last no more than 1 hour.

By providing this information you give RNIB and consortium partners consent to store and process your data for the purpose of inviting you to focus groups and interviews as part of this study. We won’t use this data in any other way, and you can contact us at any time to ask us to delete, amend or view the data we hold on you. For more information view RNIB’s privacy policy.

If you have any questions about this survey or accessible gaming in general, please email RNIB.


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