Electronic Arts Inc trades in the stock market as ticker ERTS. Business Summary & Profile For Electronic Arts Inc.

Electronic Arts Inc

Electronic Arts Inc. develops, markets, publishes, and distributes game software and content for video game consoles, personal computers, mobile phones, tablets and electronic readers, hand held game players, and the Internet. The company provides games, and related content and services marketed under the EA brand in various categories, such as action-adventure, role playing, racing, and first-person shooter games, as well as massively-multiplayer online role-playing games. It also offers a collection of sports-based video games, such as simulated sports based on real-world sports leagues, players, events, and venues, as well as casual games with arcade-style gameplay and graphics under EA SPORTS label. In addition, the company provides compelling games and related content and services for a mass audience under EA Play Label, as well as develops Harry Potter videogames. Further, it offers casual games, such as cards, puzzles, and word games through its Pogo online service; and digital content and Internet-based advertising services, as well as develops and publishes games for mobile devices; and digital games, including MONOPOLY, SCRABBLE, YAHTZEE, NERF, and LITTLEST PET SHOP. Additionally, the company publishes or distributes video games that are developed by other companies, including the Crysis series and the Epic Games title Bulletstorm. It markets its products through mass market retailers, electronics specialty stores, game software specialty stores, and online stores primarily in North America, Europe, Australia, Latin America, and Asia. The company was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.
'Call of Duty' and Xbox One pace monthly game sales
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EA soars to 7-year high on holiday game sales
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Electronic Arts is Priced for a Perfect Game
[at The Wall Street Journal] - Electronic Arts has been on a roll with its transition to digital. It can’t afford to hit any bumps at its current valuation.
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Electronic Arts Surges On Success Of Digital Games
[at Forbes] - Electronic Arts is crushing it. The gaming company's latest quarterly earnings soared past estimates, gathering steam from strength in several sports titles and Dragon Age: Inquisition, plus a push into the more profitable digital space. Investors found a lot to like, sending shares up 13% on Wednesday. One of the biggest talking points on Wall Street: The fact
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Why Analysts Are Loving EA More and More After Earnings
[at 24/7 Wall St.] - It would appear that the turnaround at Electronic Arts is in full swing and analyst calls are pouring in.
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EA Is Making A Killing Off The DLC You Hate
[at Forbes] - It seemed, for a moment, that Electronic Arts had arrived at the logical, and terrifying endpoint of in-game micro-transactions. Erik Kain reminds us that while video games are escapist fantasy at their core, EA had found a way to insert one of life's most mundane chores into an experience that
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Mobile games success boosts Electronic Arts
[at Financial Times] - The success of its mobile games helped Electronic Arts post fiscal third-quarter earnings and sales that topped estimates and made it the best performing stock on the US benchmark on Wednesday. The maker ...
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Electronic Arts Is Good Bet Despite Weaker-Than-Expected Forecast
[at TheStreet] - The video game publisher is well positioned for growth in its coming fiscal year.
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Jefferies Raises Electronic Arts Price Target, 'Star Wars' Key Title For Fiscal 2016
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Electronic Arts Surges 11% on New Video Games, Digital Revenue
[at Bloomberg] - Electronic Arts Inc. (EA) , producer of the Madden and FIFA video games, jumped the most in more than eight months after reporting fiscal third-quarter results that beat analysts’ estimates, crediting new products and surging digital sales. The shares advanced as much as 11 percent to $53.97 in New York, the biggest intraday gain since May 7. Profit totaled $1.22 a share, excluding items, in the quarter ended Dec. 31, Redwood City, California-based Electronic Arts said Tuesday in a statement. Blake Jorgensen , the company’s chief financial officer, said some sales may have shifted into the period just ended.
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