Electronic Arts / DICE LA Named to 2016 Best Places to Work in Los Angeles List

At EALA and DICE LA, the best of the local culture fused with EA’s global perspective adds up to being one of the Los Angeles Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work in Los Angeles.”

2016-08-25
Electronic Arts

Los Angeles means great weather, the heart of the entertainment world, a fast-growing tech industry and beautiful vistas.  At EALA and DICE LA, the best of the local culture fused with EA’s global perspective adds up to being one of the Los Angeles Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work in Los Angeles.”

Settled among the sunny beaches of Playa Vista, California, DICE LA is taking a fresh approach to game development.

The studio calls upon the culture of LA, the ambition of local talent and the experience of industry veterans to create amazing games. Here, employees work smart and efficiently. A flat organizational structure lends itself to transparency and collaboration – where everyone is a game maker no matter if you’re an artist, engineer, sound designer or producer.  

DICE LA is currently working on its first AAA game, in addition to ongoing projects for the Battlefield franchise.

EALA is the global headquarters for EA Social & Mobile Publishing with the mission of driving leadership in handheld and online gaming.

Both EALA and DICE LA enjoy amenities like sand volleyball and access to a gym and pool. 

You can learn more about DICE LA and EALA, and check out available job opportunities listed here.

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