California Game Laws
After losing its bid to impose a law that would make the sale of mature-rated games to minors illegal, the state of California has been asked to reimburse the Electronic Software Association for the industry body’s role in the lobbying.
California Game Laws headlines
A California law inducted in 2008 titled “Assembly Bill 10″ apparently says that game workers in the state are not entitled to overtime compensation from “crunch time” towards the end of development. The new law applies only to those making upwards of $75,000 per year ($36 an hour). According to Mark Methenitis, Joystiq’s Law of […]