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Report: EA shutters freemium-focused North Carolina studio

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EA's North Carolina studio, a freemium-oriented extension of the mobile and social game-oriented EA All Play label, has been shut down, The Escapist reports.

The studio is not listed on EA's studio location map, but The Escapist reports that a cached copy of the previous site describes the studio's focus on developing "cutting edge freemium games for mobile and tablet platforms." The site listed Monopoly Hotels as its most recent notable effort.

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