|Industry||Rating board and video game developer interest promoter|
The Syndicat des éditeurs de logiciels de loisirs (SELL), which translates to Union of Entertainment Software Publishers, is a French organization that promotes the interests of video game developers. It mainly distributes information about video game professionals to authorities and consumers. Formed in 1995, the organization is headed by Phillipe Sauze of Electronic Arts France.
From 1999 until the arrival of PEGI in 2003, the group rated video games released in France.
|tous publics (all public)||Suitable for all ages.|
|12 ans et plus (12 years and over)||Suitable for 12 year olds and over.|
|16 ans et plus (16 years and over)||Suitable for 16 year olds and over.|
|interdit aux moins de 18 ans (restricted under 18 years)||Restricted to anyone under 18 years of age.|