The Entertainment Consumers Association (ECA) opposes legislative efforts to regulate video game content or restrict access to video games.
This page tracks current anti-gaming legislation. If you would like to help the ECA in its efforts to protect gaming consumers from restrictive legislation, consider writing to Congress and becoming a member today.
There are currently no pending bills.
HR231 “Video Games Rating Enforcement Act”
Sponsor: Rep. Baca (D-CA 43rd)
Requires certain warning labels to be placed on video games that are given certain ratings due to violent content.
Status: Referred to House Committee on Energy and Commerce
To find these and other Congressional bills, please go here and type in the bill number.
There are currently three pending bills in the following state:
Oppose AB1474/SB699 would restrict the sales of video games to persons under the age of 18.
Oppose AB2288/SB753 would restrict the sales of video games to persons under the age of 18.
Oppose AB2837 would restrict the sales of video games to persons under the age of 18.