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EA sells music from games on iTunes

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 01 Mar 2007 19:11

EA sells music from games on iTunes Electronic Arts Inc. has teamed up with Apple Computer Inc. to sell music from video games the company develops through the iTunes music store. The move from EA, the world's biggest video game publisher, shows how gaming companies are exploring new ways to use the Internet to sell gaming content and other content. Downloads of full songs are priced the same as the rest of the store's offerings, at 99c each.
EA already sells ringtones for $2.99 each, and also sells games such as Sudoku and Tetris on iTunes for $4.99. A list of the available music has been published at www.ea.com/eatrax. Good Charlotte, Jet, Franz Ferdinand, Scissor Sisters and Arctic Monkeys are some of the acts that teamed up with EA in the past.

Source:
Reuters

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