The Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) hosted the fifth annual SAAM Arcade. This year’s theme was “Breaking Barriers,” and attendees were able to play indie games from new developers intentionally selected to show empathy through game play.
LOS ANGELES – July 31, 2019 – Today, the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) Foundation and EVERFI are celebrating the impact of the Summer Slugger learning program, which was launched by Major League Baseball (MLB) and EVERFI.
This past June, the ESA sponsored and participated in the sixteenth annual Games for Change Festival in New York City. The gathering featured developers, creators, researchers, technologists, educators, policy makers, non-profits, and more, all joining together to discuss how to leverage video games for social good.
Yesterday, friends and colleagues from across the District joined us in celebrating Stanley Pierre-Louis, the new President and CEO of the Entertainment Software Association. Members of Congress in attendance included Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Senator Todd Young (R-IN), Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY), and more.
At its core, the video game industry is centered around vibrantly creative people, who often can be overshadowed by their creations. Learn more about the creative minds behind Total War, Final Fantasy XIV, Kingdom Hearts, Call of Duty, Guitar Hero, and more.