EA grabs Quicklime Games domain
California-based gaming giant picks up Web address bearing caustic chemical compound name; possibly points to new studio name.
One of the largest publishers in the business, Electronic Arts has a long list of outfits located across the globe from North America to London to Australia. And if a new domain name registration is any indication, EA's stable of studios is expanding further still.
First spotted by domain name and trademark news site Fusible, EA picked up QuicklimeGames.com on January 4. Though the title points to its being the name of a new studio, Quicklime Games could be related to a new game, or something entirely else.
Presently, the website does not load, and as of press time, EA has not responded to GameSpot's request for comment on the matter. As for its name, quicklime is a caustic chemical compound used for a variety of industrial purposes, including the creation of cement.