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Electronic Arts, Inc
Public
Ealogo
History
Founded 1982
Status Active
Industry Video game publisher
Based in Redwood City, California
Revenue $3.665 billion USD (2008)
Net Income (-) $454 million USD (2008)
Employees 7,900 (2007)
Website www.ea.com

Electronic Arts (EA) is an American developer, marketer, publisher, and distributor of video games. Established in 1982 by Trip Hawkins, the company was a pioneer of the early home computer games industry and was notable for promoting the designers and programmers responsible for their games. EA was just a publisher for its first few years and exclusively published for home computers, but began developing games in-house in the late 1980s and started supporting consoles in the early 1990s.

Also in the 1990s, EA began to expand by acquiring several successful developers and, as of the early 2000s, EA has become one of the world's largest third-party publishers, with a net revenue of US$3.129 billion for its fiscal year March 31 2005. Currently, the company's most successful products are sports games published under their EA Sports label, games based on popular movie licenses and games from long-running franchises like Need for Speed, Medal of Honor, The Sims, Command & Conquer, and the later games in the Burnout series.

Burnout games publishedEdit

TitleRelease DateSystems
Burnout 3: TakedownSeptember 7, 2004PlayStation 2, Microsoft Xbox
Burnout RevengeSeptember 13, 2005PlayStation 2, Xbox, Xbox 360
Burnout LegendsSeptember 13, 2005PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS
Burnout DominatorMarch 6, 2007PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable
Burnout ParadiseJanuary 22, 2008PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows
Burnout CRASH!September 21, 2011 (Console)
December 2011 (Handheld)
PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Apple iOS

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