Electronic Arts Inc. (EA) is an American video game company headquartered in Redwood City, California. It is the second-largest gaming company in the Americas and Europe by revenue and market capitalization after Activision Blizzard and ahead of Take-Two Interactive and Ubisoft as of March 2018. — Wikipedia
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A look at the latest game reveals from Electronic Arts.
Player acquisition for ‘FIFA’ contributed to a solid quarter for the publisher, while active player totals for ‘The Sims 4’ reached record highs.
Investors reacted poorly to the surprising announcement from Electronic Arts late Thursday that it has decided to begin paying out a quarterly dividend, amid…
More than 50 businesses, including Electronic Arts, Ubisoft and Sega, are supporting the initiative.
Under the new agreement, the ‘Madden NFL’ franchise will exclusively create simulation football games and the organizations will expand esports experiences.
Electronic Arts Inc. rose to a near two-year high after the company announced a multiyear renewal of its deal to produce the Madden NFL football video games, as well as develop new titles and…
The decision to feature a generic Washington football team comes after the Dan Snyder owned team confirmed earlier this week that they will develop a new name.
Institutional Shareholder Services is joining calls for Electronic Arts Inc. investors to vote against the video-game maker’s pay plan, citing “significant concerns” about a special round of stock awards.
Michael Rubinelli has been appointed CEO of the Australian company that operates a tournament and matchmaking platform allowing players to compete for prizes in all the major esports titles.
Not everyone is benefiting equally from surging video-game play during the pandemic.
The new game, coming in the fall, promises to let players experience flying the iconic tie fighters and X-wing ships.