Access to talent is critical to video game development and technological innovation.

The video game industry works to recruit and cultivate U.S.-based employees, but it needs more workers.  To keep those jobs in the United States, the federal immigration system must allow video game companies to attract and employ all the talent necessary to continue growing the industry and contributing to the national economy. Our industry supports immigration policies that include provisions for increasing the number of highly-skilled foreign nationals and their spouses, highly-educated students, esports athletes, and those qualified under the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act (DREAMers).


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