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This page only shows primary logo variants.
For other related logos and images, see:

Contents

1982–2000 1993–1997 1995-1997 1997–2020
1982–2000 1993–1997 1995-1997 1997–2020
2000–present 2000–2020 2006–present 2020–present
2000–present 2000–2020 2006–present 2020–present

1982–2000

Electronic Arts 1982.svg
Designer:  Barry Deutsch[1]
Typography:  Goudy Bold
Launched:  May 27, 1982

Electronic Arts was founded on May 27, 1982 by Trip Hawkins. Its logo featured a blue square, circle, and triangle with white stripes. In 2020, this logo appeared on the Command & Conquer Remastered Collection and used as an icon since 2020.

1993–1997

Electronic Arts 1993.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Glaser Stencil Std Regular
Launched:  June 1, 1993

1995–1997

EA1995.png
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Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Copperplate Gothic Bold
Launched:  October 30, 1995

Use only on Creative Wonders, and also paired with 1982 logo with text in Copperplate Gothic Bold on some prints.

1997–2020

1997–2000 (logo); 2000–2020 (wordmark only)

Electronic Arts 1997.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Albertus Nova Regular
Launched:  May 26, 1997

In 1997, Electronic Arts changed its logo and removed the shapes and the logo was typed in Albertus Nova Regular. Despite its rebrand in 2000, this logo remained as a wordmark until 2020.

2000–present

EA.svg

In 2000, Electronic Arts introduced a new logo (based off the logo used for EA Sports, with a modification to the 'E' and 'A').

2000–2020

Electronic Arts 2000.svg

Before 2020, EA used the 1997 logo as a wordmark for the current logo.

2006–present

EA 2006.svg

In 2006, the logo was placed in a circle like EA Sports.

2020–present

Electronic Arts 2020 (Wordmark).svg
Designer:  Skylight Collective
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Typography:  Electronic Arts Display (custom-designed)
Launched:  August 6, 2020

In 2020, EA introduced its first wordmark since 2003, changing the icon and wordmark color to coral-red.

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