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U.S. Legislative Staff Joined Riot Games Studio Heads for Behind-the-Scenes Discussion of Promoting Positive BehaviorEvents /
On Wednesday, April 20, 2022, the Entertainment Software Association hosted an invitation-only webinar for Washington, D.C. congressional staff offering a unique behind-the-scenes look at Riot Games with Senior Vice President and Head of Valorant Studio Anna Donlon and Vice President and Head of League of Legends Studio Andrei van…
Lanzan recursos de videojuegos para padres por el Día del Niño en MéxicoPress Releases /
La Entertainment Software Association (ESA) anunció hoy nuevos recursos para padres, educadores y cuidadores para comprender y utilizar mejor las herramientas que ayudan a administrar los videojuegos para el Día del Niño en México.
Video Game Resources for Parents Released for Mexico’s Children’s DayPress Releases /
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) today announced new resources for parents, educators and caregivers to better understand and use tools that help manage video game play for Mexico’s Children’s Day.
Online Safety a Video Game Industry Priority on Safer Internet Day 2022 and Beyond
“Safety is not a competitive issue for the video game industry—it is a shared priority that requires collective action,” Entertainment Software Association (ESA) Senior Vice President & General Counsel Gina Vetere said.
ESA Partnered With National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Family Online Safety Institute and Take This for Online Safety WebinarEvents /
On Thursday, December 2, 2021, the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) hosted “Chums, Cheaters and Creeps: An Educational Webinar about Keeping Online Play Safe for Everyone,” a virtual event for policymakers and their staffs focusing on online safety, privacy, children’s protection and video games.Featuring Callahan Walsh of the National Center…
Video Game Industry Expands Parental Resources for Spanish-Speaking FamiliesPress Releases /
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) and Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) today announced the launch of a new online Spanish language resource that provides parents and guardians with information and tools to help manage video games their kids play.