Electronic Arts (NASDAQ: EA)
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Electronic Arts Company Info
Electronic Arts markets, publishes, and distributes video games, with hit franchises such as EA Sports, The Sims, and Battlefield.
News & Analysis
These companies are leaders in the industry that should grow for many years to come.
Both developers lowered their 2023 outlook in recent weeks.
The video game publisher just disappointed with its game delays and cancellations. But are investors missing the big picture?
This leading game company has its largest installed base of players yet.
The video game developer sees hard times ahead.
The delayed launch of a major title frustrated investors.
Electronic Arts and Nintendo have durable brands that should benefit from the steady growth of the video game industry.
Electronic Arts enters the fray to acquire an acclaimed video game maker.
Not every video game company lives and dies by the same MAUs as "Fortnite," and investors can take advantage of skewed perceptions here.
The pall of the loot box hangs over EA, but things don't look so hot over at Activision Blizzard, either.
We check in on the incredible progress the esports industry has made this year with multi-million dollar contracts, new leagues, and more.
EA earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2022.
EA earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2022.
EA earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2022.
EA earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2022.
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