Entries in 'entertainment software associati' (11)

Midway delisted from NYSE

Midway delisted from NYSE

US publisher Midway has been delisted from the New York Stock Exchange after failing to meet regulations.

by Tim Ingham
on Feb 19th 2009 at 10:44AM in News
‘E3 felt like a hospital corridor’

‘E3 felt like a hospital corridor’

Sega of America president Simon Jeffery has likened the atmosphere of this year’s under-populated E3 to a “hospital corridor” – but still celebrated the business his firm managed to get ...
by Tim Ingham
on Jul 24th 2008 at 4:09PM in News
ESA backs PEGI in ratings debate

ESA backs PEGI in ratings debate

The success of the industry-backed ESRB system in the US has proved that PEGI age ratings are the best way forward for the UK.

by Tim Ingham
on Jul 24th 2008 at 10:44AM in News
E3 to return in 2009

E3 to return in 2009

Despite vocal disappointment over this year's E3 from some high profile members of the global industry, the ESA has confirmed to MCV that the show will definitely go ahead again ...
by Tim Ingham
on Jul 23rd 2008 at 12:18PM in News

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Yet another publisher leaves ESA, says report

Yet another publisher leaves ESA, says report

Reliable news source Gamepolitics.com is reporting that US publisher Crave Entertainment is the latest games firm to withdraw its membership of the Entertainment Software Association.

by Tim Ingham
on Jun 24th 2008 at 12:33PM in News
Two more publishers leaving ESA?

Two more publishers leaving ESA?

The head of US gamers’ consumers group the Entertainment Consumers Association has said that he knows of two more games companies that are planning to leave US publisher body the ...
by Tim Ingham
on Jun 9th 2008 at 2:51PM in News
E3 organiser in ‘shocking’ spat with news site

E3 organiser in ‘shocking’ spat with news site

It’s the cattiest ding-dong between two games companies for years – the sort of old-fashioned, furious set-to that would have messrs Riccitiello and Zelnick cowering in their board room.

by Tim Ingham
on Jun 4th 2008 at 11:18AM in News
ID pulls out of the ESA

ID pulls out of the ESA

Doom developer id Software has left the Entertainment Software Association, joining the recent departures of Activision, Vivendi, and LucasArts.

by Tim Ingham
on May 27th 2008 at 10:39AM in News

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E3 exhibitor list unveiled

E3 exhibitor list unveiled

Activision and Vivendi might have dropped out, but it looks like every other heavyweight in the publishing world will still be involved in this year’s E3.

by Tim Ingham
on May 19th 2008 at 4:49PM in News
Now LucasArts exits ESA

Now LucasArts exits ESA

LucasArts has opted not to renew its membership in the Entertainment Software Association – following the lead of Activision and Vivendi.

by Tim Ingham
on May 18th 2008 at 4:55PM in News
Vivendi and Activision quit ESA

Vivendi and Activision quit ESA

Vivendi and Activision have both discontinued their membership with E3 organiser the Entertainment Software Association – the US equivalent of the UK’s ELSPA.

by Tim Ingham
on May 2nd 2008 at 5:38PM in News