EA Sports


EA Sports

EA Sports

EA Sports, Inc
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Tipo Subsidiario de Electronic Arts
Fundación 1982
Sede Bandera de Canadá Vancouver, British Columbia, Canadá
Industria Videojuegos
Ingresos Green Arrow Up Darker.svg$4.02 billion USD (2008)[1]
Beneficio neto Green Arrow Up Darker.svg$339 million USD (2008)
Empleados 7,900 (2007)[2]
Sitio web www.easports.com

EA Sports es un nombre comercial usado por Electronic Arts desde 1993 para distribuir videojuegos de deportes. Inicialmente Electronic Arts utilizó el nombre de "EA Sports Network" (EASN) como una estrategia para imitar las redes de deportes de la vida real, con fotos y apoyo de comentaristas reales como Ron Barr y John Madden. Sin embargo, pronto creció para volverse una sub-etiqueta, lanzando juegos como FIFA, FIFA Manager, NHL, Madden NFL, Rugby 2008 y NCAA Football.

Contenido

Videojuegos

2008

  • Madden NFL 08
  • NCAA Football 08
  • NBA Live 08
  • NFL Tour
  • NHL 08
  • Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08
  • FIFA 08
  • FIFA Manager 08
  • NASCAR 08
  • Rugby 08
  • NCAA March Madness 08
  • UEFA Euro 2008

2009

  • FIFA Manager 09
  • NASCAR 09
  • NCAA Football 09
  • NFL Head Coach 09
  • NHL 09
  • Madden NFL 09
  • Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09
  • FIFA 09
  • NBA Live 09
  • NCAA Basketball 09
  • Fight Night Round 4
  • Cricket 09
  • Grand Slam Tennis
  • EA Sports Active: Personal Trainer
  • SSX iPhone
  • Football Academy (DS)

2010

  • Madden NFL 10
  • NCAA Football 10
  • NHL 10
  • Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10
  • NASCAR Kart Racing
  • FIFA 10
  • FIFA MANAGER 10
  • 2010 FIFA World Cup
  • NBA Live 10
  • EA Sports MMA[3]

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