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Thursday, 02 August 2007 10:03

Electronic Arts loses more cash

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63 per cent drop


Electronic Arts financial woes are getting worse. The latest figures show that the gaming company's losses have widened by 63 percent. The company has only one launched one major title in three months.

However EA can back itself on the back that its $132 million loss was 'better'  than Wall Street had predicted. Analysts surveyed by Thomson Financial EA company to report a loss of $389.4 million.

So we hope for EA's sake that Crysis will be out soon and will sell great.
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