Redwood City-Based EA Games Experiencing Server Issues: Spokesperson

Redwood City-based Electronic Arts was experiencing server issues across its gaming platforms Friday, according to one of the company's spokesperson.

All the game servers are impacted and teams are working to get the servers back up online, said Corey Andress, EA's Community Engagement Manager.

"We're now also looking into login issues across all of our games and services, including the #AnthemGame demo. Hang tight--we're on it, and we'll share more info as we have it," EA's official customer service account on Twitter said.

EA was lauching a VIP demo for its latest online action game "Anthem" Friday when the outage was reported. The company said it was looking into the infinite loading issue with the demo before the cross-platform issue was announced.

It wasn't immediately clear if the issues are related and the source of the outage is unknown, Andress said.

The Silicon Valley company produces games, and content for Internet-connected consoles, other devices. It has more than 300 million registered players around the world.

Some of the most popular EA Games include "NFL Madden", "FIFA" and "The Sims" game series.

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