At the voting on bonuses to the management of EA, which took place on August 7, the owners of 170.89 million shares of the publishing house spoke out against additional payments and the owners of 59.6 million shares spoke in favor.

This does not mean that EA should necessarily not assign a raise to management - the vote of shareholders on this issue is advisory in nature. At the same time, as noted by Seeking Alpha, shareholders of companies like Electronic Arts rarely turn down offers of annual bonuses to top managers.

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