I grew up on EA. Really. Just when Electronic Arts
I didn't care that Earl Weaver Baseball was a simulation with simple graphics. I gathered some friends together, drafted teams using Topps baseball trading cards, and kept a league going the old-fashioned way.
EA has come a long way since then. The whole industry has. It's been rough over the past few quarters, but that may not last. With Nintendo
As a popular Motley Fool Stock Advisor newsletter selection, EA has plenty of fans, but there are some bears in the woodwork, too. This week, we've got Alyce Lomax arguing in favor of investing in Electronic Arts, while Ryan Fuhrmann believes that it's not a game worth playing.
Where do you stand? That's what this Duel is all about.