Electronic Arts has completed some of the biggest and most influential M&A deals in video game history. From tapping into series such as "SimCity" and "Command & Conquer" to picking up modern behemoths like "Titanfall," EA has been busy snapping up the industry’s top studios for decades.
Along the way, the company has also enjoyed some serious growth. Since reporting $1.7 billion in net revenue for 2002, recent documents show that same figure has swollen to nearly $5 billion for fiscal year 2017. The gaming giant currently boasts a market cap of roughly $35 billion.
Using data from the PitchBook Platform, we've created an interactive timeline to show the steps EA has taken to create its gaming kingdom: