PC Gaming Alliance loses Activision, gains SecuROM

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 14 April 2009 08:42 GMT

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The member’s page of the PC Gaming Alliance has seemingly lost its Activision logo.

Why? The PCGA told Kotaku that “a few members have decided they cannot justify the budget (membership and staff) required to maintain an active role in the PC Gaming Alliance at this time.”

While it’s lost a member, however, the PC-loving outfit’s gained one in the form of Sony DADC, the owner of DRM “solution” SecuROM.

Tuesday thrills.

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