|Type||Subsidiary of Electronic Arts|
|Industry||Computer and video games
|Headquarters||Montréal, Québec, Canada|
|Key people||Alain Tascan|
The studio was founded by Alain Tascan a former Ubisoft and BAM! Entertainment executive. It is one of a few examples where EA created a new studio instead of acquiring one. In 2006 with the acquisition of Jamdat, its Montreal offices were moved to the location of EA Montreal studio.
EA Montreal and EA Mobile Montreal are operated separately, however. In 2007, following the split of EA development studios into four labels, EA Montreal became part of EA Games Label (Frank Gibeau, President). EA Montreal is responsible for two original franchises: Boogie and Army of Two as well as other titles where it collaborates with other EA studios.
EA Montreal has several games in their repertoire:
- SSX on Tour (PlayStation Portable) (released in North America in October 2005)
- NHL 07 (PS2, Xbox, PC, PSP) (released in North America in September 2006)
- SSX Blur (Wii) (released in North America in February 2007)
- Boogie (Wii, PS2, Nintendo DS) (released in August 2007)
- Army of Two (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3) (released in North America on March 4, 2008)
- Boogie Superstar (Wii) (released in October 2008)
- Skate It (Wii) (released in November 2008)
- Spore Hero (with Maxis) (Wii) (released in North America on October 6, 2009 and worldwide on October 8, 2009)
- Need for Speed: Nitro (Wii) (released in North America in November 2009)
- Army of Two: The 40th Day (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable) (released in North America on January 12, 2010)
- The Sims 3: High-End Loft Stuff (PC) (released in North America on February 2, 2010)
- Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3) (released in North America on March 26, 2013/co-developed with Visceral Games)
- FIFA Soccer (Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo WiiU, PC)
- FIFA World Cup (Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo WiiU)
Electronic Arts Montreal
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