Here's the complete download from EA's earnings call. The game giant continues to invest in next-generation games for Sony and Microsoft platforms.
EA sells 1.6 million copies of SimCity despite controversy over server problems. EA's digital revenue now exceeds other revenue.
We take a look at some of the big moves from the publishers that might have an impact on their bottom line.
Editor's Pick How will EA staff its big Battlefield expansion and its Star Wars games even as it tries to get by with fewer employees?
Electronic Arts wants to focus on mobile and "new technologies." That's why it is cutting jobs.
EA enacts layoffs at its Montreal-based mobile developer.
Is this a glimpse of EA's future?
The board may also award Probst a one-time bonus.
If EA pulls Battlefield 4 off flawlessly, it could sell millions more units than its predecessor did and take some market share from rival Activision's Call of Duty.
EA's big challenger to the dominance of Call of Duty has been unveiled.
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For this tournament, the publisher will face stiff competition from Walmart, Bank of America, and Carnival (of "Poop Cruise" fame).
Editor's Pick It's easy to take shots at Riccitiello's record, but his successes and failures were complex.
Millions of people use EA's Origin service to play SimCity, Battlefield 3, and more. Security firm ReVuln claims they are vulnerable to attack from hackers.
EA chief executive John Riccitiello announced his resignation, and the market is responding.
Riccitiello is out after expensive mistakes like Star Wars: The Old Republic.
The last remaining co-founder of Playfish heads back to startups.
Editor's Pick With a single identity, players can start playing a game on one platform and then pick up where they left off on another platform.
Will Sony and Microsoft save the game console business?
John Riccitiello says video games can still be part of the solution when it comes to violent crime.