BioWare

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BioWare
TypeDivision of Electronic Arts
IndustryComputer and video games
Interactive entertainment
When it was createdEdmonton, Alberta, Canada (1995)
HeadquartersEdmonton, Alberta, Canada
Key peopleCasey Hudson, Director
David Gaider, Writer
Ray Muzyka, CEO
Greg Zeschuk, Vice-President
Things madeComputer and video games
(See complete products listing)
Websitewww.bioware.com

BioWare is a Canadian video game developer company that was started in 1995. The headquarters for BioWare is in Edmonton, Alberta. It was started by medical doctors Ray Muzyka, Greg Zeschuk, and Augustine Yip. The company currently has six studios: BioWare Edmonton, BioWare Montreal, BioWare Mythic, BioWare Austin, BioWare San Francisco, and BioWare Ireland. They were acquired by the American company Electronic Arts in 2008.[1] They developed their first game Shattered Steel in 1996. The company is probably best known for the Mass Effect and Dragon Age video game series.

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  1. "EA buying BioWare/Pandemic for $860M". GameSpot. Retrieved 2012-07-07.
  2. "EA And BioWare Announce Multiplayer-Only Shadow Realms For PC". Game Informer. Retrieved 2014-10-26.

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