Video game maker group spent $980K to lobby in 4Q

The Entertainment Software Association, a trade group for video game companies, spent $980,000 during the fourth quarter to lobby on first amendment matters, copyright enforcement and other issues, according to a recent disclosure report.

The group, whose members include Microsoft Corp., Electronic Arts Inc. and Nintendo of America, also lobbied on anti-piracy issues, video game content and sales regulation, and immigration.

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