What Does ESRB Mean?

ESRB means "Entertainment Software Rating Board."

The ESRB is a US-based, self-regulatory organization that assigns age and content ratings to video games and apps.

ESRB ratings provide information about what's in a game or app to help parents and consumers make informed choices about which games are right for their family. Ratings have 3 parts: Rating Categories, Content Descriptors, and Interactive Elements. These provide information about games such as violence levels, gambling, profanity, sexual content, use of alcohol or drugs, and suitability of humor.

Summary of Key Points

"Entertainment Software Rating Board" is the most common definition for ESRB on Discord, Teamspeak, Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Definition:Entertainment Software Rating Board
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Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers


Examples of ESRB in Sentences

Here's am example of ESRB being used in conversation:
  • Ray: Should we buy Luke a game for his birthday?
  • Ruth: Great idea. Let's check the ESRB ratings to find something suitable

Example of ESRB Used in a Text


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