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Yet another publisher leaves ESA, says report

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Gamepolitics.com

is reporting that US publisher Crave Entertainment is the latest games firm to withdraw its membership of the Entertainment Software Association.

California-based Crave is behind titles such as World Championship Poker featuring Howard Lederer and Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection.

While the company is still listed on the member page of the ESA website, GamePolitics says that ‘a knowledgeable source’ has told them that Crave is no longer a member of the organisation,.

Crave will be exhibiting at next month’s E3.

If true, Crave becomes the fifth publisher to leave the ESA this year, following earlier departures by Activision, Vivendi, LucasArts and iD.

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