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Electronic Arts Overview

Industry

Media

Organization Type

Public

Employees

1,000 - 10,000

Headquarters

Redwood City, CA

Website

ea.com

Website

ea.com



Founded in

1982

Revenue

> $1B

Key People

Linda Srere (Director),
Peter Moore (Executive Officer),
Leonard Coleman (Director),
Richard Simonson (Director),
Luis Ubinas (Director),
Vivek Paul (Director),
Eric Brown (Executive Officer),
John Riccitiello (Executive Officer, Director),
Geraldine Laybourne (Director),
Gregory Maffei (Director),
Frank Gibeau (Executive Officer),
Jeffrey Huber (Director),
Iii Lawrence Probst (Director)

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About Electronic Arts

Electronic Arts Inc. is an American video game company headquartered in Redwood City, California.

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Electronic Arts Inc. is an American video game company headquartered in Redwood City, California.

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Electronic Arts's Mission Statement

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EA Outreach engages our players and employees to improve lives through education programs and initiatives that foster a culture of inclusion.

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What is it like to work at Electronic Arts

April 7, 2012 on Reddit

Defend C&C4. Go. I want to see you get out of that one :p

I haven't played it, so can't really defend it one way or the other. Something people need to understand though, and I hate to toss any fellow devs under any sort of bus, but if a game is no good, it's not necessairly EA cutting costs or whatever, sometimes it's just a team of devs with the wrong guy in a creative seat, or one wrong idea that gets expanded upon.

1: How do you sleep at night when you work for such scumbags? 2: How does it feel to work for the worst company in America? 3: Why do I have to install your garbage "origin" in order to play a game I paid $60 for? there was no mention of this garbage when I handed over my cash.

1. I sleep very well thank you. I don't feel like everybody I work for is a scumbag, though I understand the perception. 2. I don't, I work for Electronic Arts. We make video games. 3. I think boxes do have a "origin required" thing on them. If they don't, they definitely should. I'm not fan of having to be online to play a single player game, but I do believe it's an anti piracy tactic.

How does someone get into the games industry? What's the work like?

It's not easy. On one of my first days in college, my professor told the entire class to "not seek this line of work, because 99% of you will not make it". It was a pretty harsh truth, but in the end, if you have a passion, drive and talent you'll probably do ok. You need to be very good at something that a development studio needs. You need to be able to show that you're good at it. That's enough for many, but it helps if you're professional, can communicate well and are not a *** head. The work is awesome, but can be tough and stressful at times. I wouldn't trade it for almost anything though.

What do you feel makes large scale development teams at EA different than smaller scale companies, such as Minecraft? (I'm writing a management paper comparing the 2, so go all out if you want)

It's pretty simple really. The less people, the smaller the chain of command. I'm not sure how big Mojang is, but let's say 10 people. EA has probably over 5000 scattered around the globe. Now, as an EA dev I want to make x change to the game.It has to get run upstairs and into several different departments for approval (though not always), it goes through legal, marketing, etc. So say it runs by 20 different people before coming back to me. At Mojang you'd turn around in your seat and ask Jeb/Notch/Whoever if it was ok to do. Not only that, but the less people, the more it will feel like a family. You see everybody every day, and know everybody very well. At larger places such as EA, you can go a week or more without seeing your close friends in the studio because you're too busy. Passing by in the hallways (not including formal meetings), i've seen our upper management (CEO, CFO, etc.) maybe two or three times in seven years.

How many years experience do you have in the game industry? What's your salary per year? (You're anonymous! You can answer truthfully!)

I have 10-ish years working in the industry, and make around 90k-ish a year before the tax man cometh.

What's the chain of command like for you? To specify, do YOU personally have room to grow in your career in EA and make a larger salary than what you currently do?

Tons of room to grow, but as I've mentioned in other posts, the competition in the industry can be insane. EA is not prone to hire within over hiring from outside or vice versa, they simply hire the best person for the job. If you're the best person for the job and EA is aware that you exist and want that job, you're probably going to get it.
April 6, 2012 on Reddit

Has EA ever done something that made you think about quitting your job?

I've had things happen to me at work that have made me think about quitting, for sure. Just a string of bad days or whatever, but nothing EA as an entity has done which has made me want to quit.
April 6, 2012 on Reddit

I have an aunt that worked as an accountant for EA and quit because she said the working conditions were hostile and the company treated their employees poorly. Have you ever experienced this?

I have definitely not had this experience, but EA is so huge I'm sure you can find the entire spectrum within it if you look long enough. I've seen people treated hostiley (Is that... a word?) before, but in my opinion it was brought on themselves. It may be different for me because I'm on a development team, and not just taking care of the books.

Does the company treat the employees better than the customers?

I've almost always been treated fairly at EA, and have very rarely been at odds with management. That is to say, the management I report to. That said I'm also a customer of EA, and from the games I've bought, I've very rarely had problems with.

How many companies have you worked in before EA? How does EA compare to previous jobs? Also mind sharing some info about how things are run, projects are managed or some general info from the inside?

I've worked for one company other than EA, so can't give first hand comparisons to many other companies. I do know many people in the industry though, and from many other companies. From word of mouth, many studios are far worse than EA, while others are far better. I find that, with a few exceptions, the larger a company the more likely you're treated as just an employee number by upper management. It's not always about upper management though. I've found what makes a studio great to work in, is the people you work with, not the people you work for... mostly.

how do you feel about EA acquiring companies who are known for their well made games...then giving them unrealistic deadlines which pushes out crap products *cough bioware cough*

It's really ***. I firmly believe that a game should be released when it's ready to be released, not when there's a "perfect release window". eg. right before the holiday season. Valve does this well, and Blizzard used to (and maybe still does, but we'll see). Keep in mind though that to the decision makers in the company, it's all about money. Will they make more money if they release a semi unpolished/rushed product right before christmas? Or will they get more sales and profit if they extend the deadline until further down the road? Also keep in mind that a rushed game isn't always due to a suit telling the developers to get it done by a certain date, but can sometimes be the developers saying they can get it done on that date, and then much too late realizing that something has come up or the inital estimate was off. At times like that it can very much be a "release then or cancel project and fire team" type of scenario

Do you feel the same way about the company as a majority of Redditors or do you enjoy it?

I very much enjoy working at EA. The reputation that EA has as "a horrible place to work" isn't entirely accurate. Obviously it's not all sunshine and rainbows either though.
July 16, 2010 on Reddit

what do you do now?

Currently working as an office manager. Aspire to do other things in the creative field but it's a weird economy right now.

As someone who's fresh out of college (having already made a few games in student teams) and looking to get into the video game programming business, any thoughts/suggestions? edit: I am now working for EA. Got a job there on November 1st 2010, have been working there for 3 months now. I love it.

Well, like I mentioned yesterday, build a thick skin for criticism, set a limit to your time commitments for the job (don't consistently stay late unless asked) and treat it like a hobby-- have a life outside of it.
July 13, 2010 on Reddit

What was it like to work for the devil?

Sometimes it felt like working in a kitchen full of chefs, but beyond the egos and stuff they're all good guys deep down.
July 13, 2010 on Reddit

I've heard that EA is the absolute worst game company to work for. Is this true in your experience?

I had thought so when I was working there. Compared to an independent developer though, at least you'd have job stability and benefits. I realized over time though that what it comes down to is having thick skin with regards to dealing with people and their demands / criticisms, and setting your own limits so that 60 hour work weeks would only happen during imposed crunch times.

Were the hours really as grueling as everyone makes it out to be? I won nationals in animation a while ago, and am wrapping up my Comp Sci degree, but the idea of programming for a living made me take up a trade. How would you describe your quality of life as it relates to your work?

Yes, the hours were pretty grueling, but the pay and benefits were somewhat decent. Moral could get pretty low at times, though. Quality of life was OK.

Electronic Arts Employees

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Gender

Male

70.5%

Female

26.8%

Unknown

2.7%
Ethnicity

White

54.1%

Hispanic or Latino

17.1%

Asian

13.8%

Black or African American

10.8%

Unknown

4.2%
Languages Spoken

Spanish

42.2%

French

9.4%

Chinese

7.8%

German

5.5%

Mandarin

3.9%

Italian

3.9%

Portuguese

3.9%

Korean

3.1%

Carrier

3.1%

Japanese

3.1%

Cantonese

3.1%

Russian

2.3%

Tagalog

1.6%

Bosnian

1.6%

Filipino

1.6%

Shona

0.8%

Cheyenne

0.8%

Dutch

0.8%

Bulgarian

0.8%

Welsh

0.8%

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Electronic Arts Careers

Average Length of Employment

Electronic Arts

2.4 years
Top Employers Before Electronic Arts
Sony 15.9%
Microsoft 8.7%
Dell 6.4%
IBM 6.4%
HP 5.1%
US Army 4.3%
Allstate 4.3%
Apple 4.1%
Walmart 4.1%
Cisco 4.1%
U.S. Navy 3.6%
Oracle 3.3%
Worley 3.3%
Rite Aid 2.8%
Top Employers After Electronic Arts
Sony 18.9%
Microsoft 6.9%
Zynga 5.7%
Verizon 5.0%
Apple 4.8%
Dell 4.8%
Yahoo 4.6%
IBM 4.6%
Google 4.0%
Cisco 4.0%
Walmart 3.4%
Amazon 3.1%
Intuit 3.1%
Sega 2.9%
eBay 2.7%
GameStop 2.7%
Comcast 2.5%

Electronic Arts Employees Education

Schools

San Jose State University

10.8%

Louisiana State University and A&M College

9.5%

Full Sail University

7.1%

San Francisco State University

6.3%

University of Phoenix

6.3%

University of Southern California

6.1%

Baton Rouge Community College

6.1%

University of Texas at Austin

5.5%

University of Central Florida

5.0%

Austin Community College

4.5%

Academy of Art University

4.2%

Southeastern Louisiana University

4.2%

University of California - Berkeley

3.4%

Santa Clara University

3.4%

Southern University and A & M College

3.4%

Savannah College of Art and Design

3.2%

University of San Francisco

2.9%

Carnegie Mellon University

2.9%

University of California - Davis

2.9%

California State University - East Bay

2.4%
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Majors

Business

24.4%

Computer Science

15.5%

Graphic Design

6.8%

Marketing

5.2%

Communication

4.9%

Accounting

3.9%

Electrical Engineering

3.8%

Information Technology

3.3%

Psychology

3.1%

Management

3.0%

English

2.9%

Political Science

2.9%

Computer Applications

2.9%

Computer Information Systems

2.9%

Fine Arts

2.8%

Criminal Justice

2.6%

Finance

2.5%

Liberal Arts

2.3%

Photography

2.2%

Computer Engineering

2.2%
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Degrees

Bachelors

44.2%

Other

22.4%

Masters

18.4%

Associate

8.5%

Certificate

3.3%

Doctorate

1.7%

Diploma

1.1%

License

0.4%
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Electronic Arts Employee Political Affiliation

Democratic Party

68.2%

Republican Party

30.5%

Green Party

0.7%

Libertarian Party

0.7%

Employee Political Donations

Name Job Title Party Donation
Allan HubbardChief Executive Officer $67,750Republican Party
William MulliganMarketing $40,800Democratic Party
Shawn FanningGeneral Manager $35,800Democratic Party
Devin AndersonExecutive $34,400Republican Party
Albert GrossEngineer $15,200Democratic Party
Carl HeatonPartner $14,000Republican Party
Kathryn HubbardMarketing $12,500Republican Party
Leslie HaneyEngineer $10,000Democratic Party
Jacob SchatzGeneral Counsel $8,200Democratic Party
Scott CronceVice President, Technology $5,200Democratic Party
Mark MaysAccountant $4,950Democratic Party
Paul VitaleReal Estate Manager $4,500Republican Party
Jeffrey BrownExecutive $3,600Republican Party
Jason HorwathChief Information Officer $3,425Democratic Party
John TaylorGame Designer $3,150Republican Party
Dermot HealeyInsurance Agent $3,000Republican Party
Pamela DreizenAttorney $2,923Democratic Party
Dana MarineauAdvertising $2,900Democratic Party
Jeff OstrowskiPt $2,850Republican Party
Matthew MittelstadtDirector $2,750Democratic Party
Bolling WilsonEngineer $2,722Democratic Party
Lucy BradshawSenior Vice President $2,700Democratic Party
Scott TaylorPresident & Chief Operating Officer $2,700Democratic Party
Mark EnglishPresident/Chief Executive Officer $2,650Republican Party
Paul AdamsEngineer $2,463Democratic Party
Edward FishDeveloper $2,300Democratic Party
Rachel BernsteinProducer $2,000Democratic Party
Jerry CottinghamEngineer $2,000Democratic Party
Bertram ChanSenior Director, Product Management $1,900Democratic Party
Thomas Besselman JrFinance Advisor $1,859Republican Party
Michael AarsvoldArtist $1,779Democratic Party
Paul FischioneExecutive $1,750Republican Party
Edward Dion JrPresident $1,500Republican Party
Kathy VrabeckVideo Game Developer $1,500Democratic Party
Michael EllisExecutive $1,500Democratic Party
Dennis DionBusiness Owner $1,300Republican Party
Andrew WongMarketing Director $1,250Democratic Party
Kevin KurtzMarketing $1,250Republican Party
Katrina StraffordMarketing $1,025Democratic Party
Xiaofeng YeInformation Technology Professional $1,000Republican Party
Thomas McNultyReal Estate Consultant $1,000Republican Party
Vida MylsonSales/Marketing $1,000Democratic Party
Jay WeinsteinCertified Public Accountant $1,000Republican Party
Thomas HatfieldEngineer $1,000Democratic Party
Richard NunneryEngineer $1,000Democratic Party
Hector LopezBusiness $1,000Democratic Party
Christopher SerraAttorney $1,000Democratic Party
Randall CoxOwner $1,000Republican Party
Kimberley EdwardsDesigner $1,000Republican Party
Gregory EllisFinance Advisor $1,000Republican Party
Thilmin GeeGlobal Payments $900Democratic Party
Robert GunnRetaired $900Republican Party
Eve BrisonHuman Resources Manager $837Democratic Party
Patrick BrienExecutive $781Democratic Party
Chris CarrierProgrammer $750Democratic Party
Edward DionOwner $750Republican Party
Aaron LoebVideo Game Developer $750Democratic Party
Paul DutkaSoftware Engineer $750Republican Party
Candace GilesAdjuster $750Democratic Party
Ivan DewolfSoftware Engineer $704Democratic Party
RON HenryRegional Sales Manager $702Democratic Party
Louis GascoigneGame Programmer $654Republican Party
Jane MunagianDirector $629Democratic Party
Paul MastersSoftware Engineer $591Democratic Party
Paul UnsonTax Attorney $500Democratic Party
Joseph RezendeBuilding Supply $500Republican Party
Sharon ZezimaVice President $500Democratic Party
Michelle ManahanSenior Associate $500Democratic Party
Mark LohffVideo Game Developer $500Republican Party
Dana AngeloReal Estate Developer $500Democratic Party
Mallary AlcheckMarketing Manager $500Democratic Party
Joel HeathSoftware Engineer $500Democratic Party
Jeff RogersMarketing $500Republican Party
Jeffrey OstrowskiPhysical Therapist $500Republican Party
Kirsten DaruAttorney $500Democratic Party
Jeff BrownExecutive $500Republican Party
Peter MooreChief Operating Officer $500Democratic Party
Reuben DanielsFinance $500Democratic Party
Dennis BrienSoftware Engineer $500Democratic Party
Charley HuddlestonEngineer $500Republican Party
Timothy PrestonSoftware Engineer $500Democratic Party
John EarnerGame Developer $500Democratic Party
Richard ChampalbertSoftware Engineer $485Democratic Party
Erik StricklandSoftware Engineer $471Democratic Party
Kerry HopkinsAttorney $450Democratic Party
Erin ArdleighMarketing $450Democratic Party
Jeffrey ElliottEngineer $450Republican Party
Susan ThomasAccounting Manager $370Republican Party
Stephen NotleyDesigner $350Democratic Party
Ryan DuffinAnimator $344Democratic Party
Chad VernonTechnical Director $300Democratic Party
VIN ConnollyResearch And Development Technician $300Democratic Party
Star Laland RomeroDevelopment Director $300Democratic Party
Joseph KennedyAdjuster $300Republican Party
E GlendeningArchitect $300Republican Party
Christopher CavenderInsurance Adjuster $294Democratic Party
Yakim HayukCertified Information Systems Security Professional $250Democratic Party
Johnson LieuResearch And Development Technician $250Democratic Party
Jason MAICreative Director $250Democratic Party
Elizabeth RyanSystems Engineer $250Green Party
Kyuli OhAttorney $250Democratic Party
Arthur QuachAccountant $250Republican Party
Craig HagenGovernment Affairs Researcher $250Republican Party
Rajesh GuptaSenior Manager $250Democratic Party
Michael MooreDesigner $250Democratic Party
Joseph LoveInformation Technology Technician $250Democratic Party
Christopher MilesComputer Graphic Artist $250Democratic Party
Edwin ZimmermanSoftware Engineer $250Libertarian Party
Jeannie MAOAccountant $250Democratic Party
Ravi KalvaInformation Technology Manager $250Democratic Party
Elizabeth CulleyConsultant $250Republican Party
Joseph CademartoriAttorney $250Democratic Party
John McCreaDatabase Engineer $250Democratic Party
Vivian GilesInsurance Adjuster $250Democratic Party
John FennoMarketing Director $250Democratic Party
Josh SugnetAttorney $250Democratic Party
David BensonProgrammer $250Republican Party
Nathan HooblerSoftware Engineer $250Democratic Party
JOE RuhlPhysical Therapist $250Republican Party
Arthur TomlinGame Developer $250Republican Party
Kevin HoganDevelopment Director $250Democratic Party
Kevin NardiSoftware Engineer $250Republican Party
Jason BenderVideo Game Designer $250Democratic Party
Geoff HammMedia Sales Associate $250Democratic Party
Aleksey KadukinSoftware Engineer $222Democratic Party
Charrese EdwardsTechnician $205Democratic Party
Jennifer SchradeyaSoftware Testing Manager $201Republican Party
William WrightGame Designer $200Republican Party
Thomas NowickiActor $150Democratic Party
Evan BellSoftware Developer $150Democratic Party
Richard JamesInformation Technology Manager $125Democratic Party
Tammy LevinePublic Relations $125Democratic Party
Anthony BasilioMedia Buyer $108Democratic Party
Josh LeeAssociate Producer $105Democratic Party
Kenneth ScottProgram Manager $105Democratic Party
Lissa BarensprungProduction Manager $104Democratic Party
Shaowen LIM3D Artist $100Democratic Party
David WalkerSoftware Engineer $100Democratic Party
Larry WolfInsurance Adjuster $100Republican Party
Jerimy AbnerEngineer $83Democratic Party
Dave GregoryAssistant Producer $75Democratic Party
Easter McClainClaims Adjuster $75Democratic Party
Nathan WeastManager $75Republican Party
Abigail Poquez CervantesSenior Project Manager $70Democratic Party
Robert GilbertComputer Artist $59Democratic Party
Michael JonesUser Experience Architect $50Democratic Party
Eddie HazellSenior Systems Engineer $42Democratic Party
Guy WhitmoreAudio-Visual Director $30Democratic Party
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Electronic Arts Salaries

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System Software DeveloperRedwood City, CA $229,000
Information Systems ManagerSeattle, WA $192,000
Engineering DirectorRedwood City, CA $187,000
Director Program ManagementRedwood City, CA $177,500
Senior Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $175,050
Senior Software EngineerCA $175,000
Senior Software Engineer ManagerSeattle, WA $170,000
Senior Product ManagerRedwood City, CA $170,000
Information Security AnalystRedwood City, CA $169,260
Senior Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $168,056
Senior Software Engineer/Senior TesterRedwood City, CA $167,960
Senior Research EngineerRedwood City, CA $166,000
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $165,568
Security Program ManagerSeattle, WA $165,000
Senior Software Engineer/Senior TesterRedwood City, CA $161,500
Product Manager LeadRedwood City, CA $160,000
Senior Software EngineerCA $160,000
Legal CounselRedwood City, CA $160,000
Data ScientistRedwood City, CA $160,000
System Software DeveloperRedwood City, CA $160,000
Senior Product ManagerRedwood City, CA $155,500
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $155,006
Devops EngineerAustin, TX $155,000
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $155,000
Senior Security EngineerAustin, TX $155,000
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $154,192
Senior Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $151,000
System Software DeveloperRedwood City, CA $151,000
Business Intelligence LeadRedwood City, CA $150,200
Intelligent Systems EngineerRedwood City, CA $150,000
Senior Product ManagerAustin, TX $150,000
Senior Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $150,000
Senior Systems EngineerRedwood City, CA $150,000
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $148,262
Senior EngineerRedwood City, CA $146,404
Software ArchitectAustin, TX $146,000
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $145,255
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $145,000
Data EngineerSeattle, WA $145,000
Senior Database AdministratorAustin, TX $144,200
Senior Database AdministratorAustin, TX $144,200
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $142,475
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $142,350
Senior ManagerAustin, TX $140,032
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $140,000
Analytical ManagerRedwood City, CA $140,000
Data ScientistRedwood City, CA $140,000
Data ScientistRedwood City, CA $140,000
Software EngineerSeattle, WA $140,000
Analytical ManagerRedwood City, CA $140,000
Data ScientistRedwood City, CA $140,000
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $138,000
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $138,000
Software EngineerAustin, TX $137,000
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $136,000
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $135,990
Senior Systems EngineerRedwood City, CA $135,960
Architect And DeveloperAustin, TX $135,200
Senior Product ManagerRedwood City, CA $135,000
Data ScientistRedwood City, CA $135,000
Information Technology Project ManagerRedwood City, CA $135,000
Senior Infrastructure EngineerAustin, TX $135,000
Application Software DeveloperRedwood City, CA $133,500
System Software DeveloperRedwood City, CA $132,000
System Software DeveloperRedwood City, CA $130,603
Senior Technical Product ManagerRedwood City, CA $130,295
Lead Portfolio ManagerRedwood City, CA $130,000
Devops EngineerRedwood City, CA $130,000
Lead Portfolio ManagerRedwood City, CA $130,000
Architect And DeveloperAustin, TX $129,000
Information Technology ConsultantRedwood City, CA $128,000
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $128,000
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $128,000
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $126,936
Senior Game DesignerRedwood City, CA $126,500
Software Engineering ManagerRedwood City, CA $126,440
Software EngineerVista, CA $125,400
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $125,000
Senior Data Analyst-Redwood City, CA $125,000
Software Test EngineerRedwood City, CA $125,000
Data EngineerSacramento, CA $125,000
Manager, StrategyRedwood City, CA $125,000
Database EngineerAustin, TX $124,919
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $124,000
System Software DeveloperVista, CA $123,500
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $123,000
Data ScientistRedwood City, CA $122,824
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $122,750
Software Development EngineerRedwood City, CA $122,750
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $122,000
Senior Applications EngineerRedwood City, CA $121,338
Senior Marketing AnalystRedwood City, CA $121,000
Senior Marketing AnalystRedwood City, CA $121,000
Software EngineerLos Angeles, CA $120,453
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $120,400
Senior Game DesignerRedwood City, CA $120,000
Application Software DeveloperRedwood City, CA $120,000
Senior Solutions EngineerAustin, TX $120,000
System Software DeveloperRedwood City, CA $119,000
System Software DeveloperRedwood City, CA $119,000
Software EngineerAustin, TX $119,000
Software EngineerAustin, TX $119,000
Software EngineerAustin, TX $119,000
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $119,000
Human Resources ManagerRedwood City, CA $118,500
Database EngineerAustin, TX $118,465
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $118,186
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $118,186
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $118,186
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $118,186
Software EngineerRedwood City, CA $118,000
Software Development EngineerRedwood City, CA $118,000
Software EngineerAustin, TX $117,600
User Experience DesignerRedwood City, CA $117,500
Software EngineerSeattle, WA $117,000
Software EngineerSeattle, WA $117,000
System Software DeveloperSeattle, WA $116,459
Decision Support AnalystRedwood City, CA $116,000
Business Owner/EngineerAustin, TX $115,440
Senior AnalystRedwood City, CA $115,000

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Electronic Arts Awards

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  • Fortune: Most Admired Companies

Electronic Arts Stock Performance

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Revenue

> $1B

Net Income

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Market Cap

$36,920,000,000

Total Equity

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Total Assets

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Electronic Arts Financing Rounds

Date Amount Security Type
Aug 15, 2011Equity $97,312,471
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