Games reach more than 3 billion people worldwide – and the trend is still rising. Here you can find information on how the games industry takes this responsibility seriously.


As games industry, we stand for a society and games culture based on recognition and appreciation that respects individual identity and the resulting diversity. In addition to several collaborations and initiatives in the area of diversity, we offer a Best Practice Guide Diversity, which provides companies in the games industry with specific tips and assistance.

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For us in the German games industry, environmental and climate protection play an important role. Whether game developers or publishers, esports organisers, educational institutions or service providers from the games sector: they have all long recognised the urgency of the issue. With our game environmental guide, we provide companies with important assistance and practical examples of the additional measures that can be taken to protect the environment and the climate.

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Youth Protection /USK

The games industry has been campaigning for many years for the responsible handling and age-appropriate use of computer and video games. The Entertainment Software Self-Regulation Body – USK for short – reviews computer and video games from the point of view of the protection of minors and issues the corresponding age ratings. All information can be found here.

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