Sunday, November 5, 2017

Game Industry Reacts To ESA Endorsement Of Tax Reform

The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has weighed in on the 492-page tax plan that was recently published by the current administration.

The move was welcomed by the Entertainment Software Association, the US association for the video game industry. In a statement, it said that “Igniting greater economic opportunity and innovation, today’s tax reform proposal promises to boost the US tech sector. For the 2,600 US-based video game companies competing in the $100 billion worldwide video game market, a competitive, pro-growth tax system that encourages IP development and investment in US jobs is imperative.