Get involved in the PCGA community and help us shape the future of PC Gaming. PCGA’s member program encourages companies of all sizes to participate, collaborate, and contribute to the success of our shared mission.

Industry Leadership and Influence

Membership in the PCGA signals that you are a leader within the PC gaming industry, gaining valuable visibility for your brand, products and solutions. As an independent voice of PC gaming, PCGA provides opportunities to influence and outreach to end-users, partners, fellow industry experts, media and analysts.

Board of Directors and Officers
All PCGA business is exercised under the direction of the eleven seat Board of Directors. Eight board seats are reserved for the original founding companies. The three remaining seats are available to all Promoter level members via a nomination and election process. The four Officer positions (Chairman, President, Treasurer and Secretary) are elected by majority vote of the board.

Subcommittee Chair Positions
Much of the work of the PCGA is done in subcommittees. Participating in a subcommittee leadership capacity provides an exceptional opportunity to steer the direction of our work in areas including anti-piracy, minimum specification, data research and marketing.

Subcommittee Participation
Participants in subcommittees influence the direction of the group and work to achieve the group's goals as set out in the charter of the subcommittee. Participation is available only to Promoter level member companies and their employees.

Blog Contributor Rights
PCGA maintains an organization blog that speaks and listens to gamers and the industry as a whole. PCGA's blog gives our thought leaders the opportunity to express their ideas, opinions and perspectives regarding a range of PC gaming topics and issues.

Advisory Council Seat
Contributor-level members act as an advisory council to the Board and the Subcommittee chairs providing an opportunity to give valuable input into all aspects of the alliance. Communications with the advisory council can take the form of surveys, email polls, and forum discussions.