EA Awarded LGBT Equality Award for Third Year in a Row

By   /   Nov 27, 2014

EA, for the third year in a row has been awarded with top marks for its LGBT (Lesbian, Gays, Bisexual and Transgender) equality culture.

The score received by EA is 100/100, which has been the score for the previous two years as well.

Corporate Equality Index is the authority that assesses companies on their “corporate policies and practices pertinent to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees.”

The head of diversity and inclusion at EA, Andre Chambers was exteremely delighted for being awarded the best place to work for all people, three years in the row.

We are very honored to be recognized again as a Best Place to Work. We believe that fostering an inclusive environment helps us to create great games, and represent our diverse set of players and I’m proud to work at a company that has strong employee values.

Other companies which scored great are Apple, Facebook, GameStop, Microsoft, Intel, Google and eBay. Sony Computer Entertainment managed to get the score of 85/100, while another famous gaming related firm “Nvidia” scored 75/100.

The results not only help EA or any of the other above mentioned companies, it also improves the reputation of overall gaming community.

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