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ESA Foundation's Limited-Edition Charity Game Pack Now on Sale Nationwide

Proceeds Support Programs for America's Youth

November, 23, 2010 — Washington, DC — The ESA Foundation’s limited-edition charity game pack is now on sale nationwide, the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) announced today. The multi-disc set, which retails for $29.99, includes Sony Computer Entertainment America’s Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, Eidos Interactive’s Tomb Raider Underworld and Electronic Arts’ Mercenaries 2. Proceeds from sales of the game pack will be donated to the ESA Foundation to support programs that improve the lives of America’s youth.

“The ESA Foundation’s game pack is not only an excellent holiday gift, it’s a wonderful way to give back,” said Michael D. Gallagher, president and CEO of the ESA, which represents U.S. computer and video game publishers. “We appreciate the support of the ESA Foundation’s partners who made this year’s game pack possible and look forward to using its proceeds to provide grants to organizations that are making a difference for young people as well as scholarships for women and minority students.”

This year’s game pack was made possible by Electronic Arts, Eidos Interactive, Sony Computer Entertainment America, Crystal Dynamics, Square Enix, Inc., Naughty Dog, Sony DADC, Shorewood Packaging, and CMB Design Partners.

The ESA Foundation was created by the American entertainment software industry to provide opportunities that can make a difference in the lives of America's youth. The Foundation is fully supported by proceeds from their limited edition charity game pack's sales and "Nite to Unite - For Kids," its annual fund-raiser, which has raised more than $11 million in the last 12 years. For more information about the ESA Foundation, please visit


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