Wednesday, 11 November 2009

ESA Founder Receives (AIAS) Lifetime Achievement Award

ESA founder Douglas Lowenstein has been named as the third recipient of the The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences’ (AIAS) Lifetime Achievement Award. Lowenstein founded the ESA in 1994. Jay Cohen, AIAS Board chair and Jerry Bruckheimer Games boss commented:
“It was under Doug’s leadership that the industry fought off dangerous efforts to impose restrictions on video game content, in the process establishing unequivocally that video games are entitled to the same First Amendment rights as any other entertainment content."

“For those of us in the AIAS, it is no exaggeration to say that the artistic freedom we now enjoy stems directly from Doug’s efforts.”
Good beans.

Source: Internal

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