Nvidia Corp. (NVDA) said in a Thursday blog post that it was growing its partnership with Electronic Arts Inc. (EA) as the videogame company plans to bring more of its titles to Nvidia's GeForce Now cloud gaming product. EA is putting "Battlefield 1 Revolution," "Dragon Age: Inquisition," "Unravel Two," and "Mirror's Edge Catalyst" on GeForce Now, which lets players stream games. EA's "Apex Legends" is already part of the GeForce Now library. Nvidia shares are up 1.4% in Thursday trading, while EA shares are up 2.5%. Nvidia shares have gained 4% over the past three months as EA shares have dropped 1.6% and as the S&P 500 has risen 1.5%.
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