The Entertainment Software Association of Canada (ESAC) is urging members of the Canadian games industry to take part in a survey to gauge the size, composition and economic impact on the country’s economy. The survey has been available for awhile, but today’s public service announcement extends it for an extra week. Results of the survey will be published within a few months of its competition on April 15.
“We’ve extended the survey deadline by a week to make sure we receive the most complete picture of how Canadian video game studios are performing,” says Jayson Hilchie, ESAC President and CEO. “The information will help all of us better understand what’s going on in the Canadian industry and help our collective advocacy efforts as well.”
The survey takes about 30 minutes to complete. It is meant for studio heads or those “with an overall responsibility for administration.” The ESAC conducted its last national survey in 2011.
You can find the survey here.