The US gaming company EA has released up to 350 staff from its 9,000 employees across the world.
According to The Verge, the layoffs have extended to the advertising, marketing and publishing divisions. The company also indicated its intention to reduce its operations in Japan and Russia. The move follows the rapid growth of the video game market, Day after day, which requires the company to be able to face the challenge in the next few years.
Andrew Wilson, the company’s chief executive officer, commented on the layoffs, saying that as a company with a vision to be the world’s largest gaming company, their feet have not yet assumed that position, which explains one way or another the company has adopted a plan to reduce the work floor and eliminate the number of Quite a few staff.