ECA and Red Bull Launch Exclusive Membership Program

May 24, 2011 -

The Entertainment Consumers Association (ECA) and Red Bull have teamed up to give anyone who signs up for a membership via the RedBull Site a one-year membership with the ECA, free of charge. Membership is normally $19.99 annually. The offer is open to gamers of all ages who are residents of the U.S. or Canada. Full press release below:

 

RED BULL AND THE ECA LAUNCH EXCLUSIVE MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM FOR GAMERS

1-Year of FREE ECA Membership Provided to People who Subscribe on the RedBull Site

WILTON, CT – May 24, 2011 – The Entertainment Consumers Association (ECA), the non-profit membership organization that represents gamers, today announced that one year of ECA membership is being offered for free, with no credit card required for activation, to individuals who sign up through the Red Bull Gaming homepage. With free membership into the organization, members can begin instantly enjoying the numerous affinity benefits, educational resources and advocacy efforts that are provided to the ECA community. The ECA and Red Bull Gaming will continue to introduce exciting new programs and events that will be announced in the coming months.

“Working together with Red Bull Gaming and their team of professional gamers is a natural fit for us,” said Heather Ellertson, ECA Vice President of Marketing. “Our goal at the ECA is to constantly expand our voice to video game consumers in new and unique ways, and we are extremely grateful for companies and brands like Red Bull who endorse our message and help us spread the word.”

“I think it’s a great opportunity for gamers to stay updated on happenings in this industry,” said Michael “Flamesword” Chaves, Red Bull professional gamer. “The ECA benefits gamers in manyways and by providing free access to their newsletter, gamers everywhere can stay in the know on what’s happening in their world.”

For a full list of ECA partnerships and membership benefits, to learn how to become a member, or to find out more about the organization, go to: www.theECA.com

 

[Full disclosure: GamePolitics is an ECA publication.]


 
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