And the Grammy goes to... The Grammys are getting into the game.
The Recording Academy, which oversees the annual music awards, has made changes to four of the ceremony's categories, putting video games on the same playing field as television and movies in an effort to solicit more submissions from the industry.
"Many people from the game community have been asking us to create a special category for games over the years, but the main reason we haven't is because we have received very few entries from game publishers," Bill Freimuth, vice president of The Academy, told IndustryGamers.
With last year's win by composer Christopher Tin, though, that's likely to change.
Tin's 2010 Grammy for the track "Baba Yetu" wasRead More »from Grammy Awards to honor video games