The show floor wasn’t as crowded with exhibits this year at the , the big game trade show in Los Angeles last week. And one of the beneficiaries of that were charities, like the veterans in gaming group as well as the ESA Foundation, a charity associated with the , which puts on E3.
The ESA Foundation, which makes grants to nonprofits that work on behalf of kids, set up its own booth in the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center, and it staged a number of panels with the theme . It offered a diverse view of who gamers and game developers are. The ESA Foundation, headed by executive director Anastasia Staten, also offers scholarships for minorities and women who want to