While the PC Gaming Alliance had reported earlier this year that PC gaming revenue was up for 2009, there hasn’t been much more news from the organization. Until now.
More companies are hopping on board the alliance and some of them are names you may have heard. Logitech, PC hardware maker Corsair and software piracy protection company Arxan Technologies have joined as members. In addition, Razer, a peripheral maker most notable for their mice, has joined the board.
“These companies join others in the gaming ecosystem to push the PC gaming industry forward for the benefit of consumers world-wide. Their contributions will keep PC gaming at the forefront of the industry, help it to overcome its challenges, and continue to fulfill its limitless potential,” the group said in a press release.
If nothing else, the group’s mouse problems should be a thing of the past.