In addition, peripheral maker Razer has joined the organization's board.
"These companies join others in the gaming ecosystem to push the PC gaming industry forward for the benefit of consumers world-wide," the non-profit consortium said in today's announcement. "Their contributions will keep PC gaming at the forefront of the industry, help it to overcome its challenges, and continue to fulfill its limitless potential.
Other PC Gaming Alliance members include AMD, Intel, Dell, Microsoft, NVIDIA, Capcom, Sony DADC, GameStop and Gas Powered Games, with the organization billing itself as "the authoritative voice of PC Gaming world-wide." The consortium also offers yearly reports on the state of PC gaming, the last of which declared that the worldwide PC gaming software market pulled in some $13.1 billion during 2009.