According to new research released today by the Entertainment Software Association (or ESA), there are more than 300 summer camps in the U.S. offering programs in video game design. At these camps, students generally take a one- or two-week course that teach a variety of design skills, like 3D mapping, …

Thirty students, all women or minorities, will receive scholarship grants from the Entertainment Software Association Foundation for the 2011-2012 school year. The $3,000 scholarships were offered to students enrolled full-time at accredited four-year colleges and universities as well as graduating high school seniors who plan to go into fields necessary …

The Entertainment Software Association announced yesterday that they’d like to get reimbursed (to the tune of $1.1 million) for the attorneys’ fees incurred as a result of fighting the now permanently unconstitutional law regulating game sales. Taking a case through everything it needs to make it to the Supreme Court …

If you haven’t figured it out yet, today is a very big deal for gamers in the United States, especially those of us who enjoy a little violence in our games. It’s not just Election Day – the Supreme Court of the United States is hearing The State of California …

Want to go to E3 next year? Well, you’ve got a less than a year to get your travel plans set. The Entertainment Software Association announced today that next year’s E3 will be at the LA Convention Center from June 7-9, 2011. This year’s event had over 45,000 attendees and …

Politicians have, over and over again, scapegoated video games. It’s politics. Feeding on the fears of people to get more votes. Some politicians feel that it’s necessary to distinguish video games from other media, like books and movies. They call them teaching tools, but never in a good way: Leland …

The Entertainment Software Association’s ESA Foundation has announced the 2009 winners for it’s scholarship program for women and minority students that are working toward a career in the computer and video game industry. 30 student video game developers will be receiving $3,000 each ($90,000) for the 2009-2010 academic year. “We …

Video Games Voters Network is reporting that the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has filed a lawsuit against the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA). The lawsuit alleges that CTA is violating the right to free speech as protected by the First Amendment to the US Constitution.  Earlier this year, the CTA banned …

This Saturday, July 18 at 11am, EA is hosting an event for the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) organization. GLAAD will be hosting a panel on Homophobia & Virtual Communities. The panel will spotlight key issues and perspectives from the gaming companies and LGBT gamers. Also the panel …