Entertainment software industry impact on New Jersey economy.



Stat: Other States ? New Jersey witnessed a boom in industry growth in recent years as computer and video game companies have expanded beyond New York City. Virginia's entertainment software industry, meanwhile, grew by 552 percent in 2006, with computer and video game companies adding $28.7 million to the Commonwealth's economy.

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Years: 2006

Stat Source: Entertainment Software Association (ESA)

Publisher (site that mentioned this stat): Entertainment Software Association (ESA)

Submitted By: Michael Raeford

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