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Why Jim Cramer Thinks That Electronic Arts Will Have a Disappointing Quarter

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Jim Cramer's tackling what to watch when Electronic Arts (EA) reports earnings after the bell Tuesday.

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Kevin Curran wrote a walk-up to EA's earnings. 

"EA would like to forget that much of FY19 ever happened and, while there were many missteps in the year, FIFA (combined with FUT) remains a growing franchise and FY20 should be a year where EA returns to growth due to a more favorable pipeline," Piper Jaffray analyst Michael Olson wrote in an earnings preview note. "In addition to the typical slate of sports titles in the year, we also expect Need for Speed and Plants vs. Zombies to be incremental in FY20, while Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will attempt to comp the FY19 Battlefield V release."

Cramer himself said that he believes that EA will have a "disappointing" quarter. 

Related. Electronic Arts Has Several Key Issues to Address as It Reports Earnings

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