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Gaming Giant EA Suffers Data Breach

For the past several months' hackers have not been friendly to businesses in the gaming industry. CD Projekt Red, Ubisoft, and Crytek have all suffered ransomware incidents. Now it has emerged that EA has suffered a data breach, in which it is believed several games have had their source code stolen. The company is a giant of the industry boasting several high-earning franchises including Madden NFL, EA SPORTS FIFA, Battlefield, The Sims, and Need for Speed. Further, the company has over 450 million registered players worldwide and posted GAAP net revenue of $5.5 billion for the fiscal year 2020. Several reports have emerged stating that Electronic Arts (EA) has had 750 GB worth of data stolen during a breach of their network. The data is believed to contain source code and debugging tools used by developers. Popular tech publication Motherboard reported that the Frostbite Engine, used in many of the publishing g...

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