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Playfish co-founder leaves EA to go back to startups

Kristian Segerstrale, who was executive vice president of Digital at Electronic Arts, remains tight-lipped on his plans for the future.

By Feb. 27, 2013

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Playfish launches premium in-game campaigns

Creative monetization will drive revenues for game providers. Dependence on advertising revenue is a no-win situation.

By Dec. 22, 2008

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EA picks up Playfish for social gaming push

Electronic Arts makes some serious waves in the social gaming by acquiring Playfish for $275 million in cash and $25 million in equity.

By Nov. 9, 2009

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Games outfit Playfish nets $17 million round

Maker of games for social networks gets significant B round from Accel Partners and Index Ventures.

By Oct. 28, 2008

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EA's social games to run on Facebook Credits

The last of the big social gaming companies to sign such an agreement, Playfish's games will be exclusively using Facebook Credits as an e-commerce system for the next five years.

By Nov. 3, 2010

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The evolution of video game business models

Business models for free-to-play and casual games are evolving just as things have changed in the enterprise. The trick is to make money and keep users engaged.

By Jan. 27, 2009

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EA touts Madden social 'experience' on Facebook

Madden NRL Superstars lets players create a fantasy football team and compete against others on Facebook. If you want to win, though, be ready to cough up cash.

By Sep. 1, 2010

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PopCap Games snares a mystery buyer?

The company behind Bejeweled and Plants vs. Zombies is being sold for $1 billion, but the buyer is unknown, according to a TechCrunch report.

By Jun. 22, 2011

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A new set of rules for social games

Playfish's $300 million sale to Electronic Arts seems to spell good news for other makers of social-network games, but this is a fast-growing and messy niche filled with one plot twist after another.

By Nov. 10, 2009

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EA acquires PopCap Games for digital push

Electronic Arts will pay $650 million for the maker of popular games like Plants vs. Zombies and Bejeweled. PopCap will also get $100 million in stock, as well as multi-year earnouts.

By Jul. 12, 2011