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IN THE SPOTLIGHT

ECONOMIC GROWTH
COMPREHENSIVE INDUSTRY RESEARCH
E3
THOUGHT LEADERSHIP AND PERSPECTIVES

National Impact

Explore how the video game industry drives economic growth state by state.

explore policy, news and resources

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  • ESA Statement on E3 2022

    Statements /

    The Entertainment Software Association issued the following statement on E3 2022:E3 will return in 2023 with a reinvigorated showcase that celebrates new and exciting video games and industry innovations.We previously announced that E3 would not be held in person in 2022 due to the ongoing health risks surrounding COVID-19.…

  • Seizing an Opportunity for Women in the Metaverse

    Perspectives /

    Many people think women don’t love video games, but they’re wrong. One in three people worldwide plays video games, and nearly half of those gamers are women. However, less than a quarter of the employees in the video game industry are women, suggesting stereotypes may be a contributing factor…

  • Entertainment Software Association Statement on Proposed 2022 Empire State Digital Gaming Media Production Credit

    Statements /

    The Entertainment Software Association supports and encourages the New York State Legislature to enact the Empire State Digital Gaming Media Production Credit proposed in the Senate and Assembly budget bills.

  • ESA Hosted Congressional Black Associates for Black History Month Celebration

    Events /

    On Monday, February 28, 2022, the Entertainment Software Association marked the final day of Black History Month by hosting the Congressional Black Associates (CBA) newly-elected Executive Board (E-Board) and guests for an evening of games, food and conversation.“We are excited about celebrating Black history,” said ESA President and CEO…

  • Statement From Global Video Game Industry Associations on Ukraine

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    Trade associations representing the video game industry including the Entertainment Software Association, responded to the conflict in Ukraine with the following statement:"The video game industry stands in support of the people of Ukraine and joins the international call to end the violence and restore peace in the region. Our…

  • New STORY MODE Series Explores the Positive Benefits of Video Games

    Press Releases /

    The Entertainment Software Association and Games for Change partner to produce series featuring industry leaders discussing the positive impact of games on mental health, wellness, education and the power of playWASHINGTON – March 3, 2022 – The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) and Games for Change (G4C) today announced the…

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explore policy, news and resources

results.
  • ESA Statement on E3 2022

    Statements /

    The Entertainment Software Association issued the following statement on E3 2022:E3 will return in 2023 with a reinvigorated showcase that celebrates new and exciting video games and industry innovations.We previously announced that E3 would not be held in person in 2022 due to the ongoing health risks surrounding COVID-19.…

  • Seizing an Opportunity for Women in the Metaverse

    Perspectives /

    Many people think women don’t love video games, but they’re wrong. One in three people worldwide plays video games, and nearly half of those gamers are women. However, less than a quarter of the employees in the video game industry are women, suggesting stereotypes may be a contributing factor…

  • Entertainment Software Association Statement on Proposed 2022 Empire State Digital Gaming Media Production Credit

    Statements /

    The Entertainment Software Association supports and encourages the New York State Legislature to enact the Empire State Digital Gaming Media Production Credit proposed in the Senate and Assembly budget bills.

  • ESA Hosted Congressional Black Associates for Black History Month Celebration

    Events /

    On Monday, February 28, 2022, the Entertainment Software Association marked the final day of Black History Month by hosting the Congressional Black Associates (CBA) newly-elected Executive Board (E-Board) and guests for an evening of games, food and conversation.“We are excited about celebrating Black history,” said ESA President and CEO…

  • Statement From Global Video Game Industry Associations on Ukraine

    Statements /

    Trade associations representing the video game industry including the Entertainment Software Association, responded to the conflict in Ukraine with the following statement:"The video game industry stands in support of the people of Ukraine and joins the international call to end the violence and restore peace in the region. Our…

  • New STORY MODE Series Explores the Positive Benefits of Video Games

    Press Releases /

    The Entertainment Software Association and Games for Change partner to produce series featuring industry leaders discussing the positive impact of games on mental health, wellness, education and the power of playWASHINGTON – March 3, 2022 – The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) and Games for Change (G4C) today announced the…

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The world’s premier event for computer and video games and related products.

The Video Game Industry

Economic Growth

The U.S. video game industry generates $90 billion in annual economic output while supporting nearly 429,000 jobs in all 50 states.

Reimagining Entertainment

Advocating for video game innovators transforming how we experience entertainment.

Find The Video Game Industry's Impact In Your State

Our Members

The ESA is the voice and advocate for companies that publish computer and video games and provides its members with expert insights into legal, policy, and public affairs matters.

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Bandai Namco Entertainment
Bethesda
CIGames
Capcom
Deep Silver
Disney Interactive Studios
EPIC Games
Electronic Arts
Focus
Gearbox
BENEFITS

LeaderShip and Expert Analysis

Our work on federal, state, and local matters is shaped by the issues that impact our members most. We partner with our members to set our priorities and lead the video game industry forward.

Exclusive E3 Discounts and Early Access

E3 is the best place for entertainment software companies to show groundbreaking new games and technologies and never-before-seen products to industry professionals, investors, media, influential insiders, and players. Only our members get discounts and early selection on booths and meeting spaces, early selection of hotel locations, and early access to the E3 press list.

Access to Proprietary Research

Our members receive access to a wide variety of research outputs, from our annual consumer report to more focused projects on topics such as console and PC players, video game use, streaming, and emerging technologies. Members are also active participants in our research efforts and help to drive the association’s research agenda.

IP Protection and Security

We value the creative talent of our members and work diligently to safeguard the hard work they put into delivering one-of-a-kind interactive experiences through our online protection efforts.

Philanthropic Partnerships

The ESA Foundation awards scholarships to aspiring women and minority video game creators, encourages inclusivity in our industry and other STEM fields, and supports schools and organizations using video games to improve the lives of America’s youth. Our members have opportunities to support our foundation and work with its partners across the country.

Working Groups

ESA members have access to over a dozen working groups that help set the organization’s priorities.

FAQS

LeaderShip and Expert Analysis

Our work on federal, state, and local matters is shaped by the issues that impact our members most. We partner with our members to set our priorities and lead the video game industry forward.

Exclusive E3 Discounts and Early Access

E3 is the best place for entertainment software companies to show groundbreaking new games and technologies and never-before-seen products to industry professionals, investors, media, influential insiders, and players. Only our members get discounts and early selection on booths and meeting spaces, early selection of hotel locations, and early access to the E3 press list.

Access to Proprietary Research

Our members receive access to a wide variety of research outputs, from our annual consumer report to more focused projects on topics such as console and PC players, video game use, streaming, and emerging technologies. Members are also active participants in our research efforts and help to drive the association’s research agenda.

IP Protection and Security

We value the creative talent of our members and work diligently to safeguard the hard work they put into delivering one-of-a-kind interactive experiences through our online protection efforts.

Philanthropic Partnerships

The ESA Foundation awards scholarships to aspiring women and minority video game creators, encourages inclusivity in our industry and other STEM fields, and supports schools and organizations using video games to improve the lives of America’s youth. Our members have opportunities to support our foundation and work with its partners across the country.

Working Groups

ESA members have access to over a dozen working groups that help set the organization’s priorities.

JOIN ESA

LeaderShip and Expert Analysis

Our work on federal, state, and local matters is shaped by the issues that impact our members most. We partner with our members to set our priorities and lead the video game industry forward.

Exclusive E3 Discounts and Early Access

E3 is the best place for entertainment software companies to show groundbreaking new games and technologies and never-before-seen products to industry professionals, investors, media, influential insiders, and players. Only our members get discounts and early selection on booths and meeting spaces, early selection of hotel locations, and early access to the E3 press list.

Access to Proprietary Research

Our members receive access to a wide variety of research outputs, from our annual consumer report to more focused projects on topics such as console and PC players, video game use, streaming, and emerging technologies. Members are also active participants in our research efforts and help to drive the association’s research agenda.

IP Protection and Security

We value the creative talent of our members and work diligently to safeguard the hard work they put into delivering one-of-a-kind interactive experiences through our online protection efforts.

Philanthropic Partnerships

The ESA Foundation awards scholarships to aspiring women and minority video game creators, encourages inclusivity in our industry and other STEM fields, and supports schools and organizations using video games to improve the lives of America’s youth. Our members have opportunities to support our foundation and work with its partners across the country.

Working Groups

ESA members have access to over a dozen working groups that help set the organization’s priorities.

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