It’s official: City of Orlando approves over $9M in incentives for EA move


The Orlando City Council has approved incentives for Electronic Arts' move to downtown Orlando from Maitland.

During its Oct. 7 meeting, the council approved $9 million in economic incentives to bring Electronic Arts (Nasdaq:EA) — whose Maitland-based EA Tiburon Inc. is the largest video game studio in Florida — into the $1.5 billion Creative Village mixed-use development, which includes UCF Downtown, the shared campus between the University of Central Florida and Valencia College. As part of…

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