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Electronic Arts began in May 1982 with this logo. The first logo includes a square, a circle and a triangle.
Following the retirement and departure of Trip Hawkins in 1999, Electronic Arts decided to drop it's old logo for a new one. The new logo includes the logo initials EA.
- For other related logos and images see: Electronic Arts/Other
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