Ideas include a math game based on Greek myths and a hero who fights his way through vocabulary words.
Editor’s Pick The White House advisor on games and the game industry’s top lobbyist view gaming in very different ways.
Mike Gallagher is the leader of the game industry’s trade group. We hope to learn from his insights at GamesBeat 2013.
Reports of a near even male/female split in the video game audience may be misleading.
The Entertainment Software Association released a report that helps students find all the schools in the U.S. with game-design programs.
Activision rejoins the ESA, while China’s Tencent joins for the first time.
E3 chief Mike Gallagher expects the event to draw 45,000 to 50,000 people to Los Angeles the week of June 9.
The $67 billion worldwide video game industry is breaking through barriers on the cultural, legal and political fronts, according to the annual report of the Entertainment Software Association, the U.S. industry’s trade group.
For years, the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) has been associated with the city of Los Angeles and its sprawling downtown convention center. But the game industry trade group is considering moving out because of construction issues.
An estimated 45,000 people are going to attend the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) this week at the Los Angeles Convention Center in downtown L.A.
Relax, parents. Video games are good for you and your kids. So argues Scott Steinberg, author of The Modern Parent’s Guide series for high-tech parenting.
The video game industry’s E3 Expo starts on Monday morning in Los Angeles. This is the conference where all of the cool new games of 2011 and beyond will be announced. While the industry was hurting in the past because of the recession, it’s not in such a bad state today as profits return and game publishers reap new revenues from digital distribution and social and mobile games. Last year’s show drew about 45,000 people, and this one should do so as well. You can expect a blitzkrieg of announcements from game companies and lots of attempts to get attention in the spotlight. As we did last year and in 2009, we talked about the conference and industry issues with Mike Gallagher, president and chief executive of the Entertainment Software Association, the trade association that puts on E3.
Keep playing those video games. You’re helping Uncle Sam. The video game industry added nearly $5 billion to the U.S. economy in 2009, according to a study released today by the industry trade group Entertainment Software Association.