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EA Black Box
Type Subsidiary of EA Canada
Predecessor Black Box Games (1983-2002)
Founded 1983
Headquarters Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Industry Interactive entertainment
Products Need for Speed series (1994-present)
Skate series (2007-present)
The Sims series (2008-present)
Employees 350 [1]
Parent Electronic Arts
Website www.eablackbox.com

EA Black Box (formerly known as Black Box Games [2]) is a video game developer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, founded in 1983 by former employees of Radical Entertainment.

Black Box has previously developed for game publishers such as Sega, Midway Games, and Electronic Arts. After being acquired in June 2002, it became an entirely owned subsidiary of EA Canada.

EA Black Box announced on December 19, 2008 that it would be shutting down its' Vancouver studio and relocating operations to EA Canada's Burnaby facilities, as part of Electronic Arts' worldwide consolidation plans. Officials expect the move to be complete by June 2009.[3][4]

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