Entertainment Consumers Association hits 500,000 members

By Johnny Cullen, Wednesday, 9 February 2011 12:31 GMT

The Entertainment Consumers Association has announced it has now hit a membership of 500,000 members.

The non-profit organisation announced the news yesterday in a press release. The ECA’s main goal is to “represent consumers of interactive entertainment in North America,” as well as provide “a wealth of community benefits to its members.

There’s more on the news over at GamePolitics.

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