The Entertainment Software Association issued today via press release a statement in response to the data security proposal announced today by the White House:
A question for readers not currently living in Canada: what do you know about the video game industry in Canada? If you can't think of anything other than "Canada has one" then this new video is for
The Entertainment Software Association released a study indicating between other data what platforms are used to game in American households that own a dedicated gaming Console, PC, smartphone, handheld system or wireless device.
In a press release sent out today, the Entertainment Software Association (ESA), announced that they saw a whopping 48,200 people flow through the doors to check out the latest the video game industry has to offer this
It seems drafting faulty legislation and having the Supreme Court of the United States strike it down will cost you more than dignity. About $950,000, to be exact. That's how much the State of California owes the
The Stop Online Piracy Act, a bill that could have the power to rob you of your favorite YouTube material, isn't too popular with folks on the Internet. In fact, it's so despised Nintendo, Electronic Arts and
The Entertainment Software Association announced today that it filed with the US Supreme Court a motion to be reimbursed 1.1 Million Dollars from the state of California, as compensation for the Attorneys' fees spent during the
This week the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) released a series of reports that they conducted about the current state of the videogame industry. While it took me a little bit to go through it, a few things
Today the Supreme Court of the United States ruled against the California lawmakers that wanted to turn selling violent video games to minors into a crime.
It sometimes may seem like the rest of the world hates videogames. They're always trying to ban them or limit their sale or blame them for murders, and that's what we're always hearing about. So I'm glad
The opening arguments will be heard today in the case of Schwarzenegger v. the Entertainment Software Association (ESA). California is trying to pass a law that will give the Government control over the regulation and sale of
As you are hopefully aware, the Most Important Case the United States Supreme Court has ever handled*, Schwarzenegger v. Entertainment Merchants Association/ Entertainment Software Association, will be officially underway next Tuesday, the 2nd of November. On that
The Entertainment Software Association Foundation has been providing grants to non-profit organizations that service the youth such as the Boys and Girls Clubs of America and Computers for Youth. The ESA Foundation continues to raise funds and