Studio is in Burnaby near Vancouver. In the complex there are several buildings where there are a theater, cafes, restaurants and a full-size football pitch. There is also a Motion Capture studio.
The studio was founded in 1982 as Distinctive Software Inc. by Don Mattrick and Jeff Sember. In the late 1980s, Sember sold his shares to Mattrick. In 1991, it was bought by Electronic Arts and changed its name to EA Canada. A year later, 80 people worked for the studio, in 2000 it was already 660, in 2010 it employed 1,300 employees in British Columbia and 2,400 throughout the country.
In 2008, the decommissioned EA Black Box was added to EA Canada, which despite the merger still retained its name.
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