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  • Video Game Industry Impact: Illinois

    ESA Research /

    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…

  • Video Game Industry Impact: Idaho

    ESA Research /

    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…

  • Video Game Industry Impact: New York

    ESA Research /

    New York is famous for many things--including a vibrant video game industry. There are more than 141 video game company locations in the state, including offices for Activision Blizzard, CI Games, NVIDIA and Take-Two Interactive. New York's local video game ecosystem supports 11,062 jobs and drives over $2.06 billion…

  • Video Game Industry Impact: Georgia

    ESA Research /

    Georgia is famous for many things--including a vibrant video game industry. There are more than 57 video game company locations in the state including Blue Mammoth Games, a Ubisoft studio. Georgia's local video game ecosystem supports 4,996 jobs and drives over $801 million in economic output for the state.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNw-OCp8jO4Learn more…

  • Video Game Industry Response to Nationwide Protests

    Perspectives /

    June 2, 2020Nationwide protests from the past weekend—in response to the senseless death of George Floyd and other African-Americans who have died in police custody—have inspired expressions of empathy and support by many.Today, the ESA issued the following statement:ESA Foundation also issued the following statement:Below are links to member…

  • ESA Comments on US-UK FTA Negotiating Objectives

    Policy Filings /

    The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) welcomes the opportunity to provide comments in response to the request for industry input by the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) on U.S. government’s negotiating objectives in the proposed free trade negotiation between the United States and the United Kingdom (UK).

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