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Electronic Arts Inc. (ERTS)

6/30/2006 Proxy Information

On June 24, 2002, we hired Warren Jenson as our Chief Financial and Administrative Officer and agreed to loan him $4 million, to be forgiven over four years based on his continuing employment. The loan does not bear interest. On June 24, 2004, pursuant to the terms of the loan agreement, we forgave $2 million of the loan and provided Mr. Jenson approximately $1.6 million to offset the tax implications of the forgiveness. The remaining outstanding loan balance of $2 million was forgiven on June 24, 2006. No additional funds were provided to offset the tax implications of the forgiveness of the remaining $2 million.

6/24/2005 Proxy Information

On June 24, 2002, we hired Warren Jenson as our Chief Financial and Administrative Officer and agreed to loan him $4,000,000, to be forgiven over four years based on his continuing employment. The loan does not bear interest. On June 24, 2004, pursuant to the terms of the loan agreement, we forgave $2,000,000 of the loan and provided Mr. Jenson approximately $1.6 million to offset the tax implications of the forgiveness. As of March 31, 2005, the remaining outstanding loan balance was $2,000,000, which will be forgiven on June 24, 2006, provided that Mr. Jenson has not voluntarily resigned his employment with us or been terminated for cause prior to that time. No additional funds will be provided to offset the tax implications of the forgiveness of the remaining two million dollars.

6/28/2004 Proxy Information

On June 24, 2002, we agreed to loan Warren Jenson $4,000,000, to be forgiven over four years based on his continuing employment. Two million dollars of the note will be forgiven after two years employment (at which time we will provide Mr. Jenson the funds required to offset the tax implications of the forgiveness), and the remainder forgiven after four years. No additional funds will be provided to offset the tax implications of the forgiveness of the second two million dollars. The loan does not bear interest. The entire balance of the loan was outstanding as of May 15, 2004.

In April 2002, we agreed to pay certain taxes incurred by Bruce McMillan, Executive Vice President, Group Studio Head of EA Canada, arising from his temporary employment with us in the United Kingdom. Mr. McMillan agreed to reimburse us for those payments upon receipt of his corresponding tax refund from the Canadian taxing authorities. We subsequently paid approximately $168,704 and $32,931 in October 2002 and April 2003, respectively, to the UK Inland Revenue for taxes incurred by Mr. McMillan. In May 2003, Mr. McMillan became an executive officer of Electronic Arts. As of January 22, 2004, Mr. McMillan had repaid us the entire amount of the tax payments we made on his behalf.

6/30/2003 Proxy Information

Indebtedness of Management -

On June 24, 2002, we agreed to loan Mr. Jenson $4,000,000, to be forgiven over four years based on his continuing employment. Two million dollars of the note will be forgiven after two years employment, and the remainder forgiven after four years. The loan does not bear interest. The entire balance of the loan is outstanding as of June 1, 2003.

In May and June 2000, the following executive officers entered into secured full recourse promissory notes to purchase EAs Class B common stock under Restricted Stock Purchase Agreements: Mr. Riccitiello, $449,500; Mr. Mattrick, $224,750; Mr. E. Stanton McKee, Jr., $134,850; Mr. J. Russell (Rusty) Rueff, Jr., $134,850, and Mr. David Carbone, $44,950. The term of the notes is five years and the interest, set at a market rate as determined under guidelines set forth in the Internal Revenue Code and state statutes, is due and payable quarterly. In December 2002 and January 2003, Mr. Riccitiello, Mr. Mattrick, Mr. McKee, Mr. Rueff and Mr. Carbone paid in full all principal and interest owed under these notes.