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Game over for hundreds of EA employees
Electronic Arts, the world's largest video game publisher, on Wednesday confirmed reports that it is laying off 5 percent of its work force, or between 325 and 350 people.
The move, first reported by GameSpot, comes a day ahead of EA's release of its third-quarter earnings.
In late December, EA said its holiday sales were disappointing and that it would likely not meet its third-quarter sales and earning guidance.
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