Andrew Wilson, boss of FIFA and Battlefield publisher EA, has seen his annual pay reduced to $19.9m, down from $39.2m previously.
The roughly $20m pay cut was signalled last summer, when EA acknowledged “stockholder feedback” from a non-binding but decisive say-on-pay vote.
In response, EA said it would make “substantial changes” to the pay of executives.
In a nutshell, stockholders said EA’s execs were being handed pay awards from the company money pot that were too large and too frequent.
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