10:56 PM

The ESA, the lobbying group that also runs E3, acknowledged today that information for media attendees of two E3s in the previous decade was on a third-party website and has “either been taken down or are in the process of being removed.” For more on all of the ESA’s bungling of attendee info, check our updated post Read more

5:16 PM

The White House has finally sent out invitations to the video game industry for a meeting on Thursday, and the ESA says it will attend. “Video games are plainly not the issue: entertainment is distributed and consumed globally, but the US has an exponentially higher level of gun violence than any other nation,” said a Read more

9:07 AM

E3 is holding a live event for fans this year. Although it’ll be at LA Live rather than the convention center (where E3 proper is held), the organizers say they’ll have demos from Alienware, Oculus, Ubisoft, and Warner Bros. among other companies. Tickets are free—if you’re interested, you can sign up here.

11:00 AM

The ESA announced a new game-ratings awareness campaign in a statement endorsed by Democratic and Republican lawmakers.