EA CEO John Riccitiello resigns

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Posted 9:41am on Tue 19 March 2013
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EA CEO John Riccitiello resigns
Riccitiello accepts "accountability for the shortcomings" in EA's financial results, but company remains optimistic over future success.

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Posted 9:41am on Tue 19 March 2013
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Riccitiello accepts "accountability for the shortcomings" in EA's financial results, but company remains optimistic over future success.

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Here's hoping whoever replaces him is also a gamer.

I'd do it, first thing I'd do is insist that if a gamer buys any EA game they get everything for their £39.99 including all future content.

But then I'm too busy playing games.
Posted 9:58am on Tue 19 March 2013
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Riccitiello accepts "accountability for the shortcomings" in EA's financial results, but company remains optimistic over future success.

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I know very little about him, but it's rare to see CEO's of huge companies stepping down of their own accord after financial results aren't as good as they said they would be. Fair play.
Posted 10:15am on Tue 19 March 2013
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EA will announce the replacement CEO in a series of videos. The first one will be free, and each subsequent 30 second clip will cost £0.99p/80 MSP.
Posted 12:21pm on Tue 19 March 2013
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EA's E3 conference this year will have micro-transactions. Pay for more announcements and reveals.
Posted 12:39pm on Tue 19 March 2013
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    Riccitiello accepts "accountability for the shortcomings" in EA's financial results, but company remains optimistic over future success.

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    Like I said before, if they didn't have FIFA and Madden etc they would have gone ages ago.

    I'm hoping they have learn't from their lessons at least and Battlefield 4 will be what 3 should have been for me...But I will wait for the premium copy of that instead if word is good.
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