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  • Putting Player Safety First

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    Online platforms have an incredible ability to bring people together, forge new friendships and build communities. Creating a safe and positive experience for all our players is deeply important to everyone in our industry, many of whom not only create video games but also enjoy them with their own…

  • How Video Games Can Reunite a Divided World

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    Last month, ESA President & CEO Stanley Pierre-Louis joined over 100 industry experts and innovators to represent the video game industry at The Digital Intelligence Symposium: XR+ Symposium in New York City.

  • Three Things Every Parent Needs to Know About Video Games for the Holiday Season

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    Finding the perfect holiday gifts for loved ones can be stressful, especially when it comes to your kids. Fortunately, if you’re looking for the latest and greatest video games or plan on buying a new game console, we’ve got you covered with three things every parent should know.

  • Putting Education Within Reach

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    November, otherwise known as National Scholarship Month, is the ideal time to celebrate the ESA Foundation’s scholarship program, which is helping to ensure higher-ed is not just a pipe dream.

  • Keys to Learn: Unlocking the Power of Games with Ubisoft and Games for Change

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    On a cloudy morning in New York City last Thursday, a class of students from a local technology magnet school joined video game industry professionals, Games for Change staff, and experts from Ubisoft to experience some of the newest and most innovative educational games available.

  • Learning Through Play: Using Games to Educate

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    It's clear that when learning becomes fun, people are quicker to engage and benefit.

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