Veterans in Esports

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A shared love of games has the potential to create new communities and friendships every day.

We speak to Daniel Bingley, a disabled veteran and keen gamer to discover how games unite him with other ex-military, and the importance of having these platforms to connect.

In conversation, we also explore the impact of esports initiatives set up by charities such as Help for Heroes, Royal British Legion and Blesma, and how more people can get involved in the space.


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