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PCGA Interview

Big Download interviews Intel's Matt Ployhar, who recently took over as the new president of the PC Gaming Alliance, a trade group ostensibly formed to promote PC gaming. They discuss his qualifications for the position and the alliance's plans for the future, which sound flexible at the moment, with Ployhar saying: "nothing is currently set in stone and everything is on the table at this point." He talks of how improving internal and external communication is one of their top priorities, and also seems to admit their organization has not yet exerted the kind of influence many have hoped for: "PC Gaming has sort of thrived more in spite of itself rather than by the actions of any single entity. It seems to be doing well now; but that can ebb and flow." That said, he does express optimism for the PCGA's future:

I'm honored, and flattered, to have been chosen to lead the PCGA. I'm very dedicated in trying to get PC Gaming on the footing I've always believed it should have been on. Which is simply to make it the most logical gaming choice for all consumers in any geography. PC Gaming done right means we're out executing what other alternatives are able to deliver. Ultimately it comes down to share of mind and wallet; and to that end I sincerely believe PC Gaming already is the most logical choice. Now all we have to do is fine tune a few things and get the message out there.

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19. Re: PCGA Interview Dec 27, 2010, 06:09 LittleMe
 
Jerykk check this out.. Ten minutes in you'll see organized people can expose and not comply with tyranny from government. First several minutes are sort of painful though. Whew.

 
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