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ESA Leadership Desk: Reflecting on the Decade Since the U.S. Supreme Court Recognized First Amendment Protections for Video GamesFeatured Item / Perspectives /
Ten years ago this month, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its landmark decision recognizing the application of the First Amendment to video games.
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ESA President & CEO Stanley Pierre-Louis spoke with Karen Toulon from Bloomberg News on the video game industry for this week's, "Black in Focus."
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The Entertainment Software Association (ESA), which represents the U.S. video game industry, today issued the following statement on the 2021 Special 301 Report released by the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR).
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The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) today calls upon Nevada lawmakers to abandon legislation establishing a first-of-its-kind government regulatory scheme with barriers that would ultimately harm the state’s vibrant and growing esports ecosystem.
The Entertainment Software Association Statement on Tennessee Law Designed to Attract More Interactive Entertainment Investment to the Volunteer StatePress Releases / Statements /
“The ESA applauds everyone in Tennessee who supported the expanded program to attract creative industries—especially esports and video game production and development—that will help drive innovation and economic growth, while advancing Tennessee’s reputation as a vibrant and diverse entertainment competitor on the global stage.”
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Elizabeth Stringer helped introduce the first generation of lifelong gamers to the world of video games. Now she’s training the next generation to move the industry further.