What's New in Music~Movies~Entertainment~Arts~Books~Poetry~Tech Gadgets

The company announced its decision shortly after rival Activision Blizzard canceled its live Overwatch matches and made all Call of Duty matches online-only affairs. Both gaming giants are also shutting down offices and asking employees to work from home.

EA previously closed international offices in Seoul, Milan and other locations for safety reasons, but now it’s also “strongly recommending” that all its employees in North America, Europe and Australia work from home until April 1st. Meanwhile, Activision Blizzard closed its Irvine and Austin offices and is implementing work-from-home policies for its personnel in those locations.

Recommended Posts

Submit Workshop Ideas for AES Show

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Papers Deadline: June 25 E-Briefs  Deadline: June 30 Workshops and Tutorials Deadline: July 1 Join Audio Engineering Society for its first-ever 2-part convention, featuring

Read More »

Share this post with your friends

Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

© Chronicles Community Creations - dedicated to enriching lives spiritually, socially and economically.

Privacy Policy | Terms Of Service