Seriously ill kids couldn’t play video games. So he’s bringing the games to them.

Ann Arbor, Michigan (CNN)At one point, Zach Wigal had 5,000 video games in his parents’ basement.

Yes, 5,000. But it’s not what you might think.
Wigal is the founder of Gamers Outreach, a nonprofit that makes sure that kids who can’t leave their hospital rooms during long-term medical treatment can play video games while they recuperate.

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