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“If I can walk into the office of a member of Congress and tell them we have 20,000 voters in their state who are already signed up to write letters and act based on game-related issues that concern them, that’s powerful,” he said.
The industry’s new round of muscle-flexing comes as the political and cultural environment for video games has improved significantly.
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