PlayNation

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PlayNation
Subsidiary of Electronic Arts
Industry Online video game development
Founded 1997
Headquarters Carlsbad, California, United States
Parent Electronic Arts, Inc

PlayNation is an online video game developer, headquartered in Carlsbad, California, United States, and founded in 1997. They helped develop the EA SPORTS Tiger Woods 1999 Internet Viewer, which allowed spectators to watch online golf tournaments over the internet live. PlayNation also developed other various online game properties, such as SportsCorps. They were acquired by Electronic Arts on September 8, 1999.[1]

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