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Crave Pulls Out Of ESA
Posted By: Stephen Johnson - Tuesday, June 24, 2008 8:16 AM

According to a "knowledgeable source" quoted by gamepolitics.com, Crave Entertainment has left the Entertainment Software Association. The ESA, an industry trade and lobbying group, also are responsible for E3. Crave is a smaller game publisher, whose credits include World Championship Poker featuring Howard Lederer, and Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection.

Crave is the fifth publisher to leave the ESA this year. They join  Activision, Vivendi, LucasArts and id. Despite leaving ESA, Crave will be exhibiting at next month's E3.

GamePolitics: BREAKING: Another ESA Departure as Crave Leaves Game Publishers Trade Group

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