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Singapore

Singapore

With around 130 staff, Singapore is EA's regional Publishing hub for console/ PC, online and mobile games in Asia Pacific, and is responsible for the sales, marketing and distribution of these games. It is also home to a growing and vibrant development Studio which focuses on localizing EA's games into different Asian languages, and the development of online games for the region. As the regional headquarters for Asia Pacific, the Singapore team also oversees regional functions in the areas of Marketing, IT, Legal, Finance and HR. It houses a multi-cultural workforce with staff from all over the globe, passionate in bringing EA's success in interactive entertainment to Asia.

Just like the Lion City, working at EA Singapore provides a positive life changing experience. The EA family consists of staff from all over the globe who are passionate in continuing EA's success in interactive entertainment and bringing it to Asia. With challenging work and opportunities for growth, creativity and independent thinking are highly valued traits. Deep friendships and bonds are formed in the games room, where employees are encouraged to relax by playing video games and pool (over food and drinks of course). Besides having a fun and casual dress environment, we also practice flexible work schedules to accommodate family and personal lives. Family days are frequently organized so that those closest to you can witness the work that you do and the office people you hang out with.

Singapore is a great country to work and live in with its cosmopolitan offerings and diverse cultures. It has been the hotbed for international communities who have chosen a career in Asia. The migrants from the British colonial days have given the country a mixture of Malay, Chinese, Indian, and European influences, all of which have intermingled into an amazing myriad of old and new.

Singapore also had the honour of hosting the first ever night race in Formula 1 in 2008, and based on its popularity, it will continue to do so in the years to come.