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Hawkins has a natural interest in video games
Posted On 12/03/2017 22:35:34 by loyaty

Trip Hawkins, the founder of electronic arts, has a natural interest in video games. He believes that people can build valuable social connections through games and make their minds more active. After graduating from harvard, Hawkins came to Stanford to pursue a master's degree in business administration. When I graduated in 1978, I went to work for apple, witnessing apple's development in four years as a small company of 50 employees and becoming a top 500 company with nearly 4,000 employees and annual revenues of $1 billion. After accumulating enough capital at apple, Hawkins left apple in April 1982 to start planning his own "game empire." 

On May 28, the same year, Hawkins established his own company, and in the first six months he invested in the company to keep the company running Madden 18 Coins. Hawkins got his first job when he got an office in SAN mateo, calif., in August of the same year. The company's name was originally called Amazin 'Software, but Mr. Hawkins wanted to be renamed SoftArt because of his desire to see Software as an art form, but was involved in the alleged infringement by Software Arts. In October 1982, Hawkins convened the company's initial 12 employees and market participants, but the staff's proposals were not in the interest of Hawkins. Until late 23, when a person suddenly appeared "Electronic Arts" English word, was finally adopted by Hawkins, as the company name.



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