Remember last month when many people were mad about the Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect IP Act? Remember the war between politicians who said these bills would repel online piracy and opponents who said it might break the internet and/or kill free speech online?
U.S. video game industry anti-piracy efforts last year led to more than 40 criminal cases and at least two convictions, the Entertainment Software Association reported today.
According to Entertainment Software Association president Mike Gallagher, E3 2011 will have almost as many video monitors as it does attendees. [Venturebeat]
Video gamers across the country are anxiously awaiting November 2 when the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a case close to our hearts.
A survey conducted on behalf the Entertainment Software Association this month shows that 42% of American adults plan to give or hope to receive video games as presents this holiday season. Where do you stand?
Today the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences announced that Entertainment Software Association founder Doug Lowenstein will be the third recipient of its Lifetime Achievement Award.
More than 50 game development programs have been added to U.S. colleges' curricula in the past year, bringing to 254 the number of universities offering degrees in video game design, programming and art, according to the Entertainment Software Association.
The Entertainment Software Association released its annual report last week, and it shows a very impressive winning streak against anti-games legislation at the state level in the U.S.
The Entertainment Software Association continues to play "gotta catch 'em all" with small publishers, adding Crave, KOEI, and Playlogic to its ever-growing roster.
A little over two months after being named the "senior v.p. for government affairs" (read: top lobbyist) for the Entertainment Software
Alliance Association (this is not Star Wars), Jennifer A. Manner is now gone.
The Entertainment Software Association spent a record $4.2 million on federal lobbying in 2008, Gamasutra reports this morning.
MMORPG publisher NCsoft is the latest game company to sever their ties with game industry trade group and E3 organizers the Entertainment Software Association.
The Entertainment Software Association issued a press release today that for once wasn't scolding a U.S. state for pursuing unconstitutional game legislation. Instead, they take a moment to applaud the sentencing of two convicted software pirates - Kevin Fuchs of New York and Kifah Maswadi of Florida, both of whom…