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US industry trade group promises vigilance against "misguided efforts that dim our frontiers"
Trade group's economic impact report says gaming supports more than 220,000 jobs, average compensation tops $97,000 a year
Publishers and developers back ESA's move, but questions remain over price, the number of consumers and whether the show is suitable for them
The GI.biz team discusses the LA show opening its doors to 15,000 members of the public
Trade group tells Trump administration that foreign workers are vital to domestic game industry
Will the industry side with sex offenders or risk legislators hobbling a new market just as it gets going?
[UPDATE] E3 Live will take place June 14-16 at LA Live complex; free show sells out in less than a day
Mad Catz, Little Orbit, and Slang have parted ways with trade group as Pop Up Gaming signs on
Michael Gallagher says industry is on a positive trajectory for diversity, says women make up 31% of enrollment in college game programs
ESA and NPD numbers put digital and physical total up 5% year-over-year
Rich Taylor, ESA's Senior VP, Communications and Industry Affairs, responds to Joost van Dreunen's opinion piece
SuperData CEO Joost van Dreunen argues that the trade body no longer actually represents the industry and must step up its game
The ESA's centerpiece has technically lost a key publisher, but this is a step closer to evolution than dissolution
Trade group upset that released data doesn't take digital or mobile revenues into account
Trade group taps Nika Nour, Melissa Foxman, Kevin O'Hanlon to advocate for games industry with US federal officials
ESA allowing exhibitors to invite 5,000 of their most enthusiastic fans to trade show
Stanley Pierre-Louis signs on with gaming industry trade organization
Latest figures reveal that there are now 390 colleges and universities in North America offering courses in video game design
"The video game industry's explosive growth and technological innovation were front and centre"
Trade group finds 48 percent of players are female, largest share in over a decade
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