In 2000 Headgate Studios teamed up with Electronic Arts to further develop the Tiger Woods PGA Tour franchise. They developed the Windows versions of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2001 up to 2006.
In November 2006 the company was acquired by Electronic Arts and renamed EA Salt Lake. EA miscalculated the success of the Wii and when this became apparent, they immediately turned their Salt Lake studio exclusively to Wii development. The studio has since released casual-oriented games for the EA Play label such as NERF: N-Strike (2008) and the sequel NERF: N-Strike - Elite (2009), as well as the Littlest Pet Shop franchise - all under license of Hasbro.
On 21st July 2010 a new office was officially opened in the heart of Salt Lake City. Previously the team worked out of Bountiful, Utah.