s and Canada), YAHTZEE (excluding the Nordic countries), and GAME OF LIFE (excluding Japan). Hasbro games are developed within the All Play Label. Channel Partners Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (Sony): Under the terms of agreements the company has entered into with Sony and its affiliates, the company is authorized to develop and distribute disk-based software products and online content compatible with the PlayStation 3. Pursuant to these agreements, the company engages Sony to supply disks for its products. Microsoft Corporation (Microsoft): Under the terms of agreements the company has entered into with Microsoft Corporation and its affiliates, the company is authorized to develop and distribute DVD-based software products and online content compatible with the Xbox 360. Nintendo Co., Ltd. (Nintendo): Under the terms of agreements the company has entered into with Nintendo and its affiliates, the company is authorized to develop and distribute proprietary optical format disk products and online content compatible with the WiiU. Pursuant to these agreements, the company engages Nintendo to supply WiiU proprietary optical format disk products for its products. Apple, Google, and Other App Stores: The company has agreements to distribute its mobile applications through distribution partners worldwide, including Apple and Google. Consumers download its applications for their mobile devices and from third party-application storefronts. Retailers In North America and Europe, the company sells packaged goods products to retailers, including mass market retailers, such as Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.; electronics specialty stores, such as Best Buy; or game software specialty stores, such as GameStop Corp. Seasonality The company’s business is highly seasonal with the highest levels of consumer demand and a significant percentage of its sales occurring in the holiday season quarter ending in December and a seasonal low in sales volume in the quarter ending in June. Competition Competition in Games for Console Devices: The company competes directly with Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo. It also competes with various companies, which develop and publish video games that operate on these consoles and on PCs, including Activision Blizzard, Take-Two Interactive, and Ubisoft. Competition in Games for Mobile Devices: The company's competitors include Capcom Mobile, DeNA, Gameloft, Glu Mobile, Gree, Rovio, and Zynga. Competition in Online Gaming Services: In the MMO game business, the company’s primary competitor is Activision Blizzard. Competing providers of other kinds of online games include Big Fish, King.com, Nexon, Tencent, and Zynga; and other providers of games on social networking platforms, such as Facebook. History Electronic Arts Inc. was founded in 1982. The company was initially incorporated in California in 1982. In 1991, it was reincorporated under the laws of Delaware.
electronic arts inc (EA:NASDAQ GS)
209 Redwood Shores Parkway
Redwood City, CA 94065
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