Electronic Arts Stock: Here's What EA Needs to Thrive
Electronic Arts has announced notable third-party content deals over the past two months, including contracts with Disney for developing Star Wars games, and with Hasbro to bring popular board games to mobile platforms.
But Electronic Arts needs to focus more on developing fresh original content to change its reputation as a company that puts out less-than-polished, uninspired titles and sequels, says Fool contributor Steve Symington in the following interview with the Fool's Alison Southwick.
What do you think? Is EA's current title lineup enough to revitalize Electronic Arts' stock, or are there better investment options out there? Please watch the full video below to get Steve's take, and then weigh in using the comments section below.
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