Where to Find Ratings

ESRB ratings are assigned to games across a wide variety of devices including consoles, smartphones, tablets, computers, and VR headsets. Ratings are displayed in-store on physical game packages, wherever games and apps can be downloaded, in advertisements, in social media and on websites where games are reviewed.

Game Box Art
madden 20 game ads on origin webpage
POSA card In-Store
Super smash bros ultimate ads on nintendo
Nintendo eShop
starlink battle for atlas ads on store webpage
spider man game ads on playstation store webpage
PlayStation Online Store
rating image on top of best buy page
Best Buy Online Store
GameStop Online Store
rating image on top of amazon page
Microsoft Online Store
Spider man game
PlayStation Store
Switch - Mario
Nintendo Switch Store
Sea of thieves: anniversary edition
Xbox Store
Oculus - Beat Saber
Oculus Store
Precaution for game Minit on google play
Google Play
rating image on nintendo webpage
Online Storefront Ad
Anthem Ads
Digital Kiosk Ad
Social Ad
Elder Scrolls Ads
In-Store Window Cling Ad
Video Ad
Everybody's golf vr ads
Packaging Ad Insert
Fortnite Ads
Online Banner Ad
youtube page of nintendo
Twitter Ad
youtube page of playoverwatch
YouTube Ad
facebook post of nintendo switch
Facebook Ad
rating image on top of gamespot page
rating image on top of gamefly page

ESRB appreciates the support of the following companies that display ratings on all games in their stores or websites helping parents choose which are appropriate for their children and family.

Game Enthusiast Websites

ESRB Advertising Review Council

The ESRB Advertising Review Council (ARC) ensures that parents and consumers are informed of rating information prior to purchase and that game publishers responsibly market their product. The ARC staff diligently monitors game packaging, digital storefronts, and game advertising in TV, social, online and print for compliance with industry adopted marketing guidelines for physical video games. Non-compliance with those guidelines may be subject to an enforcement action by the ESRB. While digital games and apps are not subject to the same requirements, ESRB encourages use of the assigned rating information wherever these products are available and in all advertising materials.