EA Singapore

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EA Singapore
d.b.a. Electronic Arts Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd.
Type Subsidiary of Electronic Arts
Industry Computer and video games
Interactive entertainment
Founded April 12, 2008
Headquarters 1 Fusionopolis Way, No. 07-10 Connexis North Tower. Singapore, 132632
Products NHL series (1991-present)
FIFA series (1993-present)
Need for Speed series (2008-present, see EA Black Box)
Skate series (2007-present, see EA Black Box)
Owner(s) Electronic Arts
Employees 200
Parent Electronic Arts
Website EA Asia Pacific

Electronic Arts Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd., doing business as EA Singapore, is a developer, marketer, publisher and distributor of video games in Asia-Pacific region owned by Electronic Arts. The headquarters moved from Centennial Tower to Fusionopolis in Singapore.

Singapore is EA's regional hub for Asia Pacific. The studio focuses on localization of EA games into different Asian languages for distribution as well as the development of online games for the region. Being its Asia Pacific headquarters, the Singapore team also oversees regional functions in the areas of Marketing, Finance and HR.

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Notable games published[edit]

Some of the most notable and popular games of video game history have been published by EA, and many of these are listed below. Though EA published these titles, they did not always develop them; some were developed by independent game development studios. EA developed their first game in 1987.

Electronic Arts also published a number of non-game titles. The most popular of these was closely related to the video game industry and was actually used by several of their developers. Deluxe Paint premiered on the Amiga in 1985 and was later ported to other systems. The last version in the line, Deluxe Paint V, was released in 1994. Other non-game titles include Music Construction Set (and Deluxe Music Construction Set), Deluxe Paint Animation and Instant Music. EA also published a black and white animation tool called Studio/1, and a series of Paint titles on the Macintosh: Studio/8 and Studio/32 (1990).

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