Published by OneSwitch.org.uk Sunday, 27 January 2013 10:12 p.m..
The symbol above is a public domain method of marking any computer product (game, controller, utility, console and so on), as having easy to reach accessibility information.
This can support potential end-users of a gaming product decide if it might suit their own personal abilities. It will hopefully also support developers to better promote the accessibility of their own gaming ware.
A simple example of this would be for an indie game developer to include the symbol on their game's home-page, alongside a short hyper-link pointing to a game review that includes a break down of game accessibility.
See the "Game Accessibility Information Symbol" web-page to learn more, and to down-load the image pack.
Update: This concept ties up with a number of organisations Game Accessibility Guidelines, including: GameAccessibilityGuidelines.com, the IGDA GASIG's Top 10 and SpecialEffect's Tips for Game Developers.