LA Convention Center 'no longer a top-tier property'.
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E3 is opening its doors to consumers… sort of.
MCV speaks to Rich Taylor, the senior vice president of E3 organiser ESA, about the recent loss of Activision and EA from the expo’s show floor.
A defiant ESA, the organiser of E3, says the LA expo is ‘essential and critical’ to the games industry.
Total US consumer spending on video games was up five per cent year-on-year in 2015, a new joint report between the ESA and NPD has revealed.
US video games trade body the Entertainment Software Association has criticised the market data released by research firm NPD.
Game development studios in Canada are on the rise, according to new data published by the country's ESA chapter.
The words: ‘E3 just isn’t as relevant as it used to be’ are invariably said by two sets of people. Either those with a vested interest in its decline, or ...
The organiser of E3 insists that the LA event is not all about console games.
The CEO of Take-Two says the lack of digital data in the games market is misleading.
More than 155m people play games in the United States, a new report from the Entertainment Software Association claims.
UPDATE: The ESA has told MCV that Vice's story is incorrect and that it "hasn’t agreed to full datasharing or signed on with the Cybersecurity Protection Act".
E3 will return to the Los Angeles Convention Center in 2015, with the ESA announcing the expo will run June 16th-18th.
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.