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Mobile Marketing Manager

Electronic Arts Salt Lake City, UT

Lead product marketing efforts on a specific franchise title(s) for mobile.Drive marketing and engagement campaigns on live service games utilizing… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Quality Analyst II - Contractor

Electronic Arts Salt Lake City, UT

As EAs first label dedicated to purely digital games, EA All Play creates games for mobile devices, social networks and online environments that… Glassdoor

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    I worked at Electronic Arts full-time (more than 8 years)


    Coworkers are great, very personable, and easy to collaborate with. More work on E-T games so if you don't want to work violent or otherwise mature titles this is a great studio. TGIF or breakfast provided every other Friday was good for socializing.


    False sense of career advancement, and opportunities for growth internally are few and far between. New management was never advanced from lower positions and always brought in from other EA studios with more clout and corporate brown nosing. Projects constantly green-lit then canceled by alpha for the next shiny thing. Following market trends 1-2 years late and never being and innovator or industry leader.

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    Trust your team, and stick with decisions you have made. Be an advocate for what you believe in and don't bow to corporate BS. The EA Core Values are a joke, but they are there for a reason. Try changing a few things, here are some places to start. I never once heard of anyone making a decision for anything other than the bottom line. Blatant disregard for consumers and what they want. Always going for the safe choice instead of trying new things.

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