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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:  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:  Unknown

1995–1997

EA1995.png
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Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Copperplate Gothic Bold
Launched:  Unknown

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:  Unknown

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.svg
Designer:  Skylight Collective
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Typography:  Electronic Arts Display (custom-designed)
Launched:  Unknown

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

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