Electronic Arts executives collectively sell more than 57k company shares

Electronic Arts Sports executive vice president Andrew Wilson and EA senior vice president and general counsel Stephen Bene sold a total amount of 57,085 company shares, according to SEC filing forms.

The report comes hot on the heels of EA's deal to publish Star Wars games exclusively, after which EA's stock rose. Wilson sold all of his 32,085 company shares at $21.42 each, culminating in more than $687,000.

Bene first purchased 25,000 shares, priced at $16.06, and then sold them at $22.40 each for a $158,500 net profit. Bene has not yet sold all of his shares, according to the filing, and still has at least 6,700 in his possession.

EA's stock continues to rise and is worth $22.48 at the time of this posting.

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