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In digital age games makers still feel need to meet and greet

Tuesday, August 27, 2013 | More »

Videogames maker Electronic Arts knows that in the Vatican there are more than just a few soccer fans thanks to customer feedback for its flagship sports title FIFA Soccer mined from connected gamers all over the world. Game developers such as EA, Activision Blizzard, Ubisoft and Sony are sitting on...


Video games developer Electronic Arts expects rollout of new consoles to boost revenues

Video games publisher Electronic Arts Inc is banking on a boost from Sony and Microsoft’s new consoles to bring the digital and physical media sides of its portfolio into balance. Like other makers of traditional boxed video games, EA has struggled to keep up with a massive switch to online an...

20 August, 2013 | More »

EA expects its digital sales to overtake boxed games

Electronic Arts expects revenue from digital downloads of its games to overtake sales of boxed game software within a few years and is focussed on expanding its array of mobile and free-to-play products, its chief operating officer said. EA and major rivals Activision Blizzard and Take-Two Interac...

13 August, 2012 | More »

Electronic Arts sues Zynga, says it copied ‘Sims’ game

Video game publisher Electronic Arts Inc sued Zynga Inc on Friday, accusing the social gaming company of copying key elements of EA’s “The Sims Social” game for Zynga’s own title, “The Ville.” EA’s lawsuit is the latest in a series of copycat accusations le...

4 August, 2012 | More »

Nazara Extends Games Distribution Partnership With EA To The Middle East

Mobile entertainment company Nazara Technologies Pvt Ltd has entered into a partnership with gaming giant Electronic Arts (EA) to bring the EA mobile catalog of game titles to mobile phone users in the Middle East. According to the agreement, Nazara will have exclusive rights to distribute the EA Mo...

16 April, 2012 | More »

Electronic Arts Seeks Online Gaming Share

A long time ago in a galaxy not so far away, Electronic Arts was the number one video game publisher and Activision its closest rival. Then Activision joined forces with Vivendi’s games unit in 2008 to become the industry leader, adding its Blizzard division and World of Warcraft, the biggest onli...

19 December, 2011 | More »

Google And Facebook Face-off In Social Games

Facebook is not the only game in town anymore. The world’s largest Internet social network moved on Thursday to shore up support with game developers such as Zynga, who provide one of Facebook’s biggest draws, on the same day that Google Inc introduced games on its recently-launched soci...

12 August, 2011 | More »

EA Posts Narrower-Than-Expected Loss

Video game publisher Electronic Arts Inc, reported a narrower-than-expected loss and raised its second-quarter earnings forecast, as it sold more copies of the puzzle game “Portal 2” than expected and pocketed more money on digital games. The company also said it had it had sold 200,000 ...

27 July, 2011 | More »