Games for Change, an organization which advocates for the social impact of games, has published a video montage featuring 88 seconds of artistic, non-violent moments
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It has now been made clear who will join President Donald Trump at the White House to discuss the violence in video games.
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) and its members have not heard from the White House about a supposed meeting between the video game industry and
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) released a press release today to counter the World Health Organization’s (WHO) video game addiction classification.
The Entertainment Software Association has given their official response to the release of draft language from the World Health Organization on video games. In response
I have long maintained that video games can and should be an effective tool for education. While video games are capable of sharpening hand-eye coordination
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA), announced it is now accepting applicants for their Foundation’s Computer and Video Game Scholarship Program via a press release. This program
It appears even the video-game industry has been affected by the Trump Administration.
WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The U.S. computer and video game industry generated $30.4 billion in revenue in 2016, according to new data released today by the Entertainment Software Association
Yesterday the U.S. Entertainment Software Association announced an increase in videogame-related degrees. According to the ESA, there are now 385 U.S. universities and colleges that
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) announced today Activision Blizzard Inc. and Tencent have joined the trade association; this increases the ESA’s membership to 37 companies.
As this year’s E3 came to a close Thursday, the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) announces today 48,200 videogame industry professionals the world over attended the
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