Gree, MadCatz, NetDragon Websoft join ESA

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 1 August 2012 16:12 GMT

The Entertainment Software Association has announced Gree, the Japanese mobile/social developer, MadCatz, and online Chinese game company NetDragon Websoft Inc.have joined the trade body’s roster. This brings its total members to 34. “These new members are leaders in the breathtaking number of business models that exist to excite and reach today’s entertainment consumers,” said Michael D. Gallagher, president and CEO of ESA. “We look forward to learning from them, and protecting their future success in critical areas such as e-commerce regulation, privacy, and intellectual property protection.” Thanks, GI International.

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