Video game publishers group ESA has released its annual report for the 2009 fiscal year, which concluded at the end of March.
As noted by Venture Beat,
The ESA fought 43 bills aimed at regulating content or controlling access to video games and none became law… Meanwhile, five states enacted tax incentives for the creation of game development jobs. Another 17 states are considering enacting the incentives.
The group said that it will be hard to get the attention of the federal government and Congress, which is preoccupied with issues such as climate change and healthcare. The ESA wants more done to stop piracy of games…