LucasArts defects from ESA
After word got out some time ago that Activision and Vivendi were leaving the Entertainment Software Association, it seems LucasArts has decided not to renew its membership in the ESA also.
"We can confirm that LucasArts is no longer a member of the ESA," the company said in a statement provided to the media. "As a company we are still committed to bringing consumers the best interactive experience possible and support the ESA's mission in the industry."
Although not a member of the ESA, a LucasArts' spokesperson did reveal that the company would be participating in this years E3 event. The ESA, which was founded in 1994 and offers a range of services to interactive entertainment software publishers including: a global anti-piracy program, business and consumer research, government relations and intellectual property protection efforts. ESA also owns and operates the E3 Media & Business Summit.