Electronic Arts - Company Structure

Company Structure

All of EA's labels and studios are overseen by CEO John Riccitiello who has held the position since 2007. Many have attributed Riccitiello's success in leading EA to his passion as a gamer. Electronic Arts has four main labels, with numerous studios falling under each one. The current labels were created in late 2011.

  • EA Games—Home to the largest number of studio and development teams, this label is responsible for action-adventure, role playing, racing and combat games, marketed under the EA brand. In addition to traditional packaged-goods games, EA Games also develops massively multiplayer online role-playing games. Led by Frank Gibeau.
    • EA Interactive—Includes EA's Pogo.com online service, Playfish and EA Mobile. Led by Barry Cottle.
    • Criterion Games
    • Danger Close Games (formerly EA Los Angeles)
    • EA Black Box (formerly Black Box Games)
    • EA Digital Illusions CE (formerly Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment, DICE)
    • EA Montreal
    • EA Partners
    • EA Phenomic
    • Visceral Games (formerly EA Redwood Shores)
  • EA Sports—Publishes all the realistic, casual, and freestyle sports-based titles from EA, including FIFA Football, Madden NFL, Fight Night, NBA Live, NCAA Football, Cricket, NCAA March Madness, Tiger Woods PGA Tour, NHL Hockey, NASCAR and Rugby. Led by Andrew Wilson.
    • EA Tiburon (Florida)
    • EA Canada (Burnaby)
    • EA North Carolina (Morrisville)
  • EA Maxis—Creates and publishes casual games for gamers and non-traditional gamers. Includes The Sims series and developing and marketing life-simulation games and online communities. The label is headquartered at EA's campus in Redwood Shores, although the original studio is located in Emeryville.
    • Maxis Emeryville
    • The Sims Studio
    • EA Salt Lake
    • EA Hasbro
    • MySims
    • Casual Studios
  • EA Bioware—focuses on creating multiplatform, role-playing, MMO and strategy games.
    • BioWare Edmonton
    • BioWare Austin
    • BioWare Montreal
    • Mythic Entertainment (also known as BioWare Mythic)
    • BioWare Victory (formerly Victory Games)

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