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Electronic Arts, the California-based video game company best known for games like “Madden” and “Apex Legends,” recently announced it will lay off 350 employees. In a statement posted on the company’s website, Electronic Arts’ CEO Andrew Wilson said that the changes will affect the operations, marketing, and publishing teams. The company also plans to ramp down its presence in Japan and Russia. “These are important but very hard decisions, and we do not take them lightly,” Wilson wrote. “We are friends and colleagues at EA, we appreciate and value everyone’s contributions, and we are doing everything we can to ensure we are looking after our people to help them through this period to find their next opportunity.” EA is no small company. It employs about 9,000 people and is one of the largest video game companies in the world. So, seeing restructuring at this level is a big deal. Wolf also stated that the company is “deeply focused on increasing quality in our games and services.”...
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