6 Little-Known Facts About Blacks in Gaming

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Black Game Developers Were Vital in the Early Days of Gaming

Since the beginning of the video game craze, there have been Black developers working to improve the gaming experience. For example, engineer Jerry Lawson created the Fairchild Channel F that was the predecessor to the Atari 2600 and only lasted a year. His console was the first cartridge-based gaming system in the market in the 1970s.

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