Electronic Arts Canada
EA Canada started life as Distinctive Software, Inc.
headed by Don Mattrick
. When the PSP and the Nintendo DS were released, a division inside the company was established for handheld games: Team Fusion
Sometimes, EA Canada is also used as a global name for all the development done in the 3 Canadian EA studios, for which their involvement with the different games is not always made clear. Based on their location, the 3 studios are called:
According to Develop Magazine, EA Canada was 2004's most successful game studio in the UK, based on the revenues using ChartTrack data (covers 80-85% of all sales). The company generated £93,513,089 at UK retail, beating the second, Rockstar North
, by a margin of £20,000,000.