EA Easy Studios general manager Oskar Burman has left the company. Burman has been the GM of the company for a year. He will remain in Stockholm, which he calls the "game development capital of the world."
"Oskar has left EA and we wish him well," said EA in a statement. "EA Play4Free is growing quickly under the leadership of Sean Decker, generating an average of $2 million per week with millions of engaged players around the world online every day. Battlefield Heroes just celebrated its 3rd anniversary with more than 12 million registered players."
"I've resigned from EA, and will be leaving Easy and Play4Free," wrote Burman in a series of tweet. "It's been a helluva fun ride. Easy and Battlefield Heroes initiated a path that changed EA forever. A path that's now growing to a highway. One of many goals for me personally when joining EA, was to see a large corporation from the inside. Achievement unlocked. So it's time for some change. In August I have a new exciting shiny thing waiting for me, as soon as I can speak about it I'll let you know."