EA acquires Battlelog app dev

ESN now recruiting to expand team for online game services

Electronic Arts has snapped up ESN, the developer behind the Battlelog mobile and web apps for DICE's Battlefield.

"The ESN team is extremely happy to announce that we now are a part of the Electronics Arts family," it said.

"During the past few years we have been working closely together with EA and DICE to build Battlelog for Battlefield 3. We couldn't be more excited about this opportunity and the team is looking forward to focus all of its energy on DICE, Battlelog and the Battlefield series."

It added it was now looking to recruit more staff to the studio.

ESN is based in Sweden, specialises in real-time web products and currently has a team of around 20 employees.

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Simon Dotschuweit MD SE / CTO, Dorado Games5 years ago
Well done boys :)
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Barrie Tingle Live Producer, Maxis5 years ago
ESN didn't make the Battlelog mobile app. That was Elton Muuga who was hired by DICE.

Great news for the ESN guys though, it is always great working with them on Battlelog.

Edited 1 times. Last edit by Barrie Tingle on 27th September 2012 5:31pm

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Joe Tay Senior Architect - Infra and Ops, Electronic Arts5 years ago
Congrats to the talented and hardworking team at ESN!
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