Can you work from home at EA?

Can you work from home at EA?

Remote Work We moved all of our offices and studios to a Work From Home (WFH) status in March 2020, and WFH status is still in effect for most of our locations across the world.

Do you need a degree to work at EA?

Though a degree isn’t required to work at EA, we believe in the value of getting a university degree or completing a comparable educational or vocational program.

When did EA turn evil?

Once they started buying up other devs and sucking the life out of them at the behest of the investment groups who held their shares is when you can say EA ‘turned bad’, and that process began in the 90’s.

How hard is it to get a job at EA Sports?

Is it hard to get a job at EA Sports? People have reported that the interview at EA Sports is medium. The interview process takes about a week. People have rated the overall interview experience as favorable.

What is EA’s biggest game?

1. FIFA Series: FIFA Series one of the most popular game series of EA. The Series released on 15th December 1993 and becomes the most popular game.

How many people work at EA Worldwide Studios?

We are the world’s largest video game development organization, with over 5,000 game makers. We work in a huge variety of fields from art, storytelling, game direction, audio, script, programming and design. We are all artisans of imagination, architects of worlds, and we bring people to the farthest reaches of their minds.

Are there any job openings at Electronic Arts?

Whether you’re beginning your career or looking to get your start in gaming – let’s talk.

What do you need to know about an EA internship?

This is not a passing hello in a hallway, but an in-the-trenches, all-hands-on-deck environment where visionaries mentor visionaries and everyone has a voice. Collaborating with industry influencers. Have a question?

What makes Electronic Arts an equal opportunity employer?

Equal Opportunities. EA is an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, genetic information, religion, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, marital status, family status, veteran status,…