EA Sports is taking its “Saa-Boom” strategy to the next level with its “Boom Game Ideas” initiative, which will allow EA Sports to get into the market for game ideas as soon as they’re developed.
The initiative will include “game ideas,” which means EA will provide an idea for an upcoming game that will be developed by a team within EA Sports.
The idea is meant to give EA the flexibility to develop a game at any point in the development cycle, and it’s designed to be flexible enough to allow EA to work with game studios on projects it can’t normally get into.
It’s the first time EA has rolled out a concept like this, which was previously available to other studios.
EA Sports previously announced its plan to roll out its “Game Idea” initiative last month, and the company said that the idea would be rolled out in the coming months.
EA said that “Game Ideas” would be available to anyone who wants to work on a game idea, and that the team behind the idea will be paid for the work they produce.
The team behind an idea can expect to make up to $100,000 from the idea, with each concept being valued at between $50,000 and $150,000.
The “Game-Ideas” initiative is part of EA Sports’ broader “Bubble Game Idea” platform.
While the company announced that it would be offering “Game ideas” in the upcoming months, EA Sports didn’t provide any further details on how that platform would work.
EA is also rolling out its own “Game Business Ideas” platform, which includes video game concepts and other business ideas for its games.
These ideas can be submitted by fans or developers who want to work alongside EA to help make EA’s games more successful.