Video Game Law Resources
International Game Developers Association
On a mission to advance the careers and lives of game developers everywhere, the International Game Developers Association, is the largest non-profit membership organization in the world serving all individuals who create video games. The International Game Developers Association provides their members with advocacy, networking, and professional development with an international reach. The IGDA relies entirely on volunteer work provided by their large membership, and is an excellent resource for any game developer.
Expert Localization Services for Video Games
Now you can "level up" your game localization with Video game localization is often overlooked, or set as a lower priority of game development. considers this a costly mistake, as it can actually help you generate significant ROI, if as they say, it is properly planned and carefully executed. Leveluptranslation provides expert localization services, translating games for all platforms including Console, PC, MMO, browser-based and mobile games for iOS & Android.
Starting Your Own Game Design Studio
Starting your own game design studio is a fascinating concept, though what does it take to make that dream a reality? In this recent post in, Ross A. Hersemann discusses what it takes to create and run a video game studio. Ross interviews two top gaming programmers for their insider view of running a successful gaming studio.
Over Half of American Households Play Video Games Regularly
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) is a U.S. association dedicated to serving the business and public affairs needs of companies that publish computer and video games for video game consoles, handheld devices, personal computers, and the Internet. In this recent article, statistics are provided on the large number of households in the U.S. that actively play video games on a regular basis.
IGDA Scholars applications now open for GDC 2017
Gamer University shows any would-be game developer what colleges are best for gamer degrees, and offers top news stories to enhance your overall game career. Currently giving students a heads up on upcoming conferences and seminars for game developers.
Video Game Lawyers

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Zachary C. Strebeck
2443 Fillmore St. #380-5561, San Francisco CA
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Zachary C. Strebeck Attorney at Law
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