SACRAMENTO, California - October 18, 2007 - The Interactive Skill Games Association (ISGA) today unveiled its new website, a valuable resource for skill games companies. Found at www.onskill.org, the website offers comprehensive information about the ISGA's objectives and Business Code of Practice. The website is a resource for the promotion of skill games and is a gateway for members to actively define and recommend skill games best practices and engage in dialogue with state and federal bodies. Membership of ISGA is open to all companies who operate 'level playing field' tournament skill games on the web, mobile devices, and interactive TV.
The ISGA recently appointed as its president, Harlan W. Goodson, the former director of the Division of Gambling Control for the State of California, and the inaugural recipient of the Regulator of the Year distinction from the International Masters of Gaming.
"With millions of North Americans every day enjoying the fun of skill games, and mainstream entertainment brands increasingly offering prime-time TV shows in skill games formats, this is one of the fastest-growing segments of the games industry in the US," said Harlan Goodson. "The ISGA ensures that all skill games operators compete with the highest integrity in an open and interactive environment."
About the Interactive Skill Games Association
Founded in August 2007 by FUN Technologies Inc. and King.com, the Interactive Skill Games Association (ISGA) was specifically created to promote the understanding and development of the interactive skill games industry in North America and to promote a broader and deeper understanding of the interactive skill games industry amongst regulators and lawmakers alike. The ISGA's Business Code of Practice ensures the highest levels of reputation and integrity are maintained in the industry, through continued and consistent compliance with relevant state and federal legislation. The ISGA is based is Sacramento, California and can be found online at: www.onskill.org.