On of the biggest gaming company, Electronic Arts (EA), has announced and confirmed the layoffs in their company but no details yet on how many will be left jobless.
According to a statement they released in their website, they said “In recent weeks, EA has aligned all elements of its organizational structure behind priorities in new technologies and mobile,”. The gaming company will be reducing the workforce from different locations or offices. They also stated that, “We are extremely grateful for the contributions made by each of our employees – those that are leaving EA will . . . → Read More: Electronic Arts Reduces Workforce Again
Electronic Arts has finally found itself at the top of the poll of the Consumerist’s Annual Worst Company in America. They won the title last year, labeled as the worst company and it seems that they are going to maintain the title this year.
This is quite an insult for the gaming giant but they are not taking it lightly in spite of having a good position when it comes to gaming industry.
With this, EA COO Peter Moore, gave a response in the poll in a blog post that sounded apologetic “EA can . . . → Read More: Electronic Arts, The Worst Company in America in the Poll
Steam, the online video gaming community managed by game company Valve, verified Thursday that the discussion boards have been compromised and informed customers to keep an eye on their credit card billing statements.
The company’s community forums have been defaced earlier in the week, causing some players receiving e-mails from the hacking Site, according to Kotaku.
Thursday, Gabe Newell, Valve co-founder, made a message on the company’s discussion boards verifying the attack, stating that all of forum passwords is going to be reset and including that this attack “goes beyond the Steam forums.” As there is proof of . . . → Read More: Valve Confirmed Steam Hack
The Call of Duty fans gathered in Los Angeles this weekend showing their devotion of the game in the first Call of Duty XP, a game convention dedicated to the game’s past, present, and future.
Activision held the convention in the huge airplane hangars of Playa del Rey if Loyola Marymount University and a sniper’s shot of EA’s (Electronic Arts) Los Angeles headquarters. Howard Hughes utilized the hangars to build the concept aircraft but they became conference halls and multiplayer gaming centers for the Call of Duty XP convention 2011.
Activision, the game’s developer, . . . → Read More: Call of Duty XP Convention in Los Angeles