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Electronic Arts buys Digital Illusions


Electronic Arts said on Monday that it had bought Sweden's Digital Illusions CE, or DICE, known for the Battlefield game franchise, for about 175.5 million SEK ($24 mln).

DICE will become an Electronic Arts studio that works on the Battlefield franchise and developing new products, the company said.

Redwood City, California-based Electronic Arts said it had paid SEK 67.50 ($9.23) to DICE's shareholders, representing 2.6 million shares.


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