The Entertainment Consumers Association (ECA) is a 501(c)(4) non-profit membership organization established to serve the needs of those who play computer and video games. Formed in 2006, the ECA is an advocacy organization for consumers of interactive entertainment.


The ECA Institute

The ECA Institute
The ECA Institute (ECAi) is the focal point for public policy research and analysis (federal, state, and international), as well as scholarships and educational programs, at the Entertainment Consumers Association (ECA). Its mission is to inform the development of ECA's public policy positions and to contribute to and influence public debate on issues of importance to video game players (gamers).

GamePolitics offers a clearinghouse for politically-oriented news and opinions about video games, the video game business and the way in which games relate to modern society. was created and is maintained by Dennis McCauley, longtime video game columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer. Dennis also pens a column, "The Political Game" for video game super-site Joystiq.
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GameJobs is the computer and video game industry's premier career website and job board. Founded in 1996, GameJobs has served the leading publishers in the interactive entertainment business in serving as a key human resource and recruitment tool and served millions of game enthusiasts in providing job opportunities and educational information. For more information about GameJobs, please visit us at

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The Entertainment Merchants Association (EMA) is the not-for-profit international trade association dedicated to advancing the interests of the $33 billion home entertainment industry.



Game Culture

GameCulture is a website designed to stimulate a robust discussion on a variety of topics related to video games, politics and culture.