EA Canada

EA CanadaEdit

EA Canada is a video game developer located in BurnabyBritish Columbia. The development studio opened (as Distinctive Software) in January 1983 and is EA's largest and oldest studio. EA Canada alone employs approximately 1,300 people and houses the world's largest video game test operation.[1]


The campus consists of a motion-capture studio, twenty-two rooms for composing, fourteen video editing suites, three production studios, a wing for audio compositions, and a quality assurance department. There are also facilities such as fitness rooms, twotheatres, a cafeteria called EAt, coffee bars, and a video games room. The building is situated next to Discovery Park.


EA Canada is a major studio of the American gaming software giant Electronic Arts or EA, which has several other non-American studios around the globe. EA, based in Redwood City, California, acquired Distinctive Software in 1991 for $11 million and renamed them EA Canada. At the time of the business acquisition, Distinctive Software was noted for developing a number of racing and sporting games published under the Accolade brand. Since becoming EA Canada, it has developed many EA GamesEA Sports, andEA Sports BIG games.

EA acquired Black Box Games in 2002 and became part of EA Canada under name EA Black Box. It later became an independent EA studio in 2005. Since its acquisition, EA Black Box has been home to the Need for Speed franchise, among others.

EA Sports[edit]Edit

Games developed for publishing by EA Sports:

EA Sports BIG[edit]Edit

Games developed for publishing by EA Sports BIG:


  1. Jump up^ "Electronic Arts". EA. 2013-05-09.

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