Esports Tournaments Exclusively for
Players with Disabilities


in Cash and Prizes

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Welcome to Logitech G Adaptive Esports Tournaments

We have partnered with the AbleGamers Charity, Adaptive Action Sports, and Mount Sinai to provide gamers with disabilities a professional series of esports tournaments featuring high stakes, bragging rights, and $50,000 in cash & prizes.

In continuation of the inaugural season from 2021, the Adaptive Esports Tournament series is back with a new series of Rocket League 2v2 tournaments in 2022! Adaptive Esports will continue to evolve with new tournaments, community events, broadcasts, prizes, and new games.

Join the action today, click the link below to apply for membership in the Adaptive Esports community!

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Last Chance Qualifier



Grand Finals

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Full cross-play enabled
Open to all platforms

Adaptive Esports Video Series

Our Partners

Mount Sinai

The Mount Sinai Health System is New York City's largest academic medical system, encompassing eight hospitals, a leading medical school, and a vast network of ambulatory practices throughout the greater New York region.

Mount Sinai is a national and international source of unrivaled education, translational research, and discovery, and collaborative clinical leadership ensuring that we deliver the highest quality care—from prevention to treatment of the most serious and complex human diseases.

At Mount Sinai, “We Find A Way”

AbleGamers Charity

The AbleGamers Charity is a 501(c)3 charity that continually strives to create opportunities to enable play in order to foster inclusive communities, combat social isolation, and improve the quality of life for people with disabilities. Through received support and donations, AbleGamers provides disabled gamers with assistive technologies (including their Expansion Pack program) that allow those with limited real-world mobility to experience what it is like to walk, run, climb, drive and even fly – in a virtual world. AbleGamers additionally advises developers and publishers on how to best incorporate accessibility options so that their video game titles may reach and appeal to the widest and most diverse audience possible. To read AbleGamers articles, or to find out how your support or donations can help them positively impact an even greater number of individuals with disabilities, please visit

Adaptive Action Sports

AAS is a non-profit organization, founded in 2005, that provides action sports and gaming opportunities for youth, young adults, and veterans living with permanent physical disabilities. AAS achieves its mission through coaching, camps, and events. AAS's recreation-based and elite-level programs are offered at their HQ in Copper Mountain, Colorado, where they have recently built an exciting, new, Logitech-sponsored Game Center. With a high level of management and coaching, AAS strives to offer an inclusive, exciting, safe, and positive environment that encourages individuality and creativity while building independence and self-confidence.

Gear Up To Play

Comprehensive controls for ultimate configurability and flexibility designed in partnership with accessibility organizations.

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