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ESA boss: Politicians should be playing more games

Michael Gallagher says software is not properly understood by policy makers.

The man who replaced Doug Lowenstein as president of the US's Entertainment Software Association has called on the wider industry to raise the profile of video games amongst politicians and mainstream opinion formers.

Michael D Gallagher told The Washington Post that: "Video games are not getting the type of recognition they deserve as an entertainment medium."

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Capt CHAOS3579d ago

They think politics is a game.