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2020 Essential Facts About the Video Game Industry

ESA’s 2020 Essential Facts About the Video Game Industry answers frequently asked questions like who plays video games, why do people play video games and how and when do people play?

Video Game Industry Impact: California

California is famous for many things–including a vibrant video game industry. There are more than 619 video game company locations in the state, including offices for ­­2K, 505 Games, Activision Blizzard, Amazon Games, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment, Capcom, Deep Silver, Electronic Arts, GungHo Online Entertainment, Intellivision Entertainment, Konami, XSEED Games, Natsume, NCSOFT, Nexon, Nintendo, NVIDIA, Riot Games, SEGA, Six Foot, Sony Interactive Entertainment,…

Video Game Industry Impact: North Carolina

North Carolina is famous for many things–including a vibrant video game industry. There are more than 47 video game company locations in the state, including offices for Epic Games, NVIDIA and Ubisoft. North Carolina’s local video game ecosystem supports 7,497 jobs and drives over $1.25 billion in economic output for the state. Learn more about the…

Video Game Industry Impact: Florida

Florida is famous for many things–including a vibrant video game industry. There are more than 72 video game company locations in the state, including offices for 2K and Electronic Arts. Florida’s local video game ecosystem supports 16,270 jobs and drives over $2.68 billion in economic output for the state. Learn more about the video game…

Video Game Industry Impact: Texas

Texas is famous for many things–including a vibrant video game industry. There are more than 192 video game company locations in the state, including offices for Activision Blizzard, ­­Electronic Arts, Gearbox Entertainment, NCSOFT, NVIDIA, and Six Foot. The local video game ecosystem in Texas supports 24,972 jobs and drives over $4.15 billion in economic output for…

Video Game Industry Impact: Minnesota

Minnesota is famous for many things–including a vibrant video game industry. There are more than 33 video game company locations in the state, including an office for Activision Blizzard. Minnesota’s local video game ecosystem supports 6,610 jobs and drives over $1.83 billion in economic output for the state. Learn more about the video game industry’s impact…

Video Game Industry Impact: Nevada

Nevada is famous for many things–including a vibrant video game industry. There are more than 17 video game company locations in the state, including 2K and Konami. Nevada’s local video game ecosystem supports 10,394 jobs and drives over $1.94 billion in economic output for the state. Learn more about the video game industry’s impact across the…

Video Game Industry Impact: Washington

Washington is famous for many things–including a vibrant video game industry. There are more than 151 video game company locations in the state, including offices for Amazon Games, Electronic Arts, Epic Games, Kalypso Media, Microsoft, ArenaNet, Nacon, Nintendo, NVIDIA and Wizards of the Coast. Washington’s local video game ecosystem supports 48,808 jobs and drives over $11.6 billion in…

Video Game Industry Impact: Illinois

Illinois is famous for many things–including a vibrant video game industry. There are more than 65 video game company locations in the state, including offices for Deep Silver, NVIDIA and WB Games. The local video game ecosystem in Illinois supports 8,112 jobs and drives over $1.3 billion in economic output for the state. Learn more about…

Video Game Industry Impact: Idaho

Boise, Idaho is home to Micron Technology, a large developer and manufacturer of hardware used in video game applications. Idaho’s local video game ecosystem supports 7,189 jobs and drives over $1.64 billion in economic output for the state. There are more than four video game company locations in the state. Learn more about the video…

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