Stanton Crenshaw Wins Entertainment Software Ratings Board
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Stanton Crenshaw Wins Entertainment Software Ratings Board

Stanton Crenshaw Communications has been engaged by the Entertainment Software Rating Board, the non-profit, self-regulatory body that assigns ratings to computer and video games for content and age-appropriateness.

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NEW YORK—Stanton Crenshaw Communications has been engaged by the Entertainment Software Rating Board, the non-profit, self-regulatory body that assigns ratings to computer and video games for content and age-appropriateness, enforces advertising guidelines, and helps ensure responsible online privacy practices for the entertainment software industry.

With a focus on online outreach to parents and influencers, Stanton Crenshaw’s program will educate consumers on the ESRB rating system for computer and video games as well as parental control features available on video game platforms, which allow families to  manage the games their children can play by ESRB rating category.

Stanton Crenshaw is also developing educational materials about the importance of parental controls on popular gaming systems and will work to reinforce ESRB’s position on the effectiveness of industry self-regulation to targeted news, business and trade media.

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