ECA Announces Gamer Video Contest For YouTube Presidential Debates

ECA to Award T-shirts to All Who Participate!

The Entertainment Consumers Association is excited about the 2008 presidential election campaign as well as concerned about how the candidates view issues pertaining to games and gamers. 

The ECA also notes the upcoming CNN/YouTube Republican debate, which will air on September 17th.

In order to encourage true grassroots gamer activism, the ECA will be awarding a T-shirt to anyone who uploads a video question pertaining to game consumer rights to the GOP candidates for the YouTube presidential debate. Standard YouTube debate rules apply.

One T-shirt will be mailed to each individual who successfully uploads a video question. Mention of the ECA is not required, but is appreciated. A link to your video along with your contact information (name, address, phone and email) should be sent to Contest is open to ECA members as well as non-members.

You can also expect to see your video published here on GamePolitics as well as on the ECA’s Facebook and MySpace pages

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    Andrew Eisen ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Cool idea and one I’d like to participate in but alas, I have no video capture equipment. It’s probably for the best though. Due to my size and voice I tend to come off as really intimidating to lot of people.

    Guess I’ll stick with letter writing.

    Andrew Eisen

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    Mr.Pat says:

    I should tell this to my friends over on SecondLife. Some of these people are brilliant and could probably come up with a very unique way to approach this.

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    Billy says:

    youtube has a crapload of vids, so the chances of my embaresment are less.

    if it’s on gp, then other people will deffinatly see it.

    i’ve got issues. :)

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    JQuilty ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    GP: I made a video pertaining to Romney’s Ocean of Filth videos. I asked why he feels Americans should back censorship of that sort.

    Would that count? It doesn’t address game consumers directly, but it addresses government crackdowns.

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