Entries in 'esa' (42)
The Entertainment Software Association has confirmed that Activision has re-joined the trade body.
A whopping 48,200 people – encompassing journalists, retailers, analysts and other games industry professionals - visited the halls of E3 2013 in Los Angeles this week.
Finally some good news out of Canada, as the region’s Entertainment Software Association has revealed the country’s video game industry added around $2.3bn to the national GDP in 2012.
The Entertainment Software Association served 3.4m takedown notices for copyright infringement in 2012, according to a recently released annual report from the organization.
The ESA has announced a new national public awareness campaign to educate American parents further regarding the tools and info available to help manage their families’ entertainment choices.
The US trade body ESA has bolstered its membership to 36 companies with the addition of mobile business DeNA.
US trade body ESA has seen its members grow to 34 with the additional of GREE, MadCatz and NetDragon Websoft
The Entertainment Software Association says it will make 'a big announcement' regarding next year's E3 tomorrow - with a new venue potentially on the cards.
Non-profit video game organization Institute of Play has unveiled the Games, Learning and Assessment Lab, a new design center that will research and develop compelling games in an effort to engage students.
American trade body The Entertainment Retailers Association has urged against a possible ban on sales of the Xbox 360 in the US.
E3 organiser ESA has hit back at those who say the show has become irrelevant.
A proposed Oklahoma bill that aimed to add a 1% tax on violent video games has failed approval in a state House subcommittee.
The Entertainment Software Association has withdrawn its support for the troubled SOPA and PIPA legislation in North America.
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has reiterated its uncategorical support for America’s controversial Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).
Registrations have opened for industry members to attend E3 2011 in Los Angeles.
It appears that the movement to oppose Arnold Schwarzenegger’s mature games bill in the US is proving successful with confirmation that no new states have signed up to the proposal ...
New legislation proposed by Californian Governer Arnold Schwarzenegger that would see the sale of violent games to US minors outlaw has received the official backing of 11 US states.
A report filed by the House of Representatives’ clerk’s office in the US shows that trade body The Entertainment Software Association spent a whopping $1,208,000 on lobbying in Q4 2009.
On Monday, U.S. president Barack Obama unveiled an education campaign designed to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in children's education. A raft of companies and charity foundations announced ...
Forty-two percent of American adults plan to give or hope to receive video game this holiday season, according to a new report released today by U.S trade body, the Entertainment ...