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EA SPORTS FIFA Football 2005 and SSX 3 make debut on new handheld

LONDON, UK - September 20th, 2005 – Gizmondo Europe Ltd., subsidiary of Jacksonville, Florida-based Tiger Telematics Inc. (other OTC, TGTL), and Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS), today announced the launch of two popular games from EA on the Gizmondo handheld gaming platform; EA SPORTS™ FIFA Football 2005 and SSX™ 3.

For true football fans that demand the finest gameplay and comprehensive game modes, EA SPORTS FIFA Football 2005 is the ultimate football experience. A new Career Mode gives players the chance to take a team from the lower divisions, battle through ranks, sign new players, and turn them into champions. The action is deeper than ever with advanced levels of player detail and responsiveness. With immersive atmospheres, benchmark presentation, total realism with the world's premier clubs, and industry-leading gameplay, EA SPORTS FIFA Football 2005 returns as the true authority in football gaming.

SSX 3 allows gamers to go anywhere gravity will take them. Players will discover a colossal mountain where they can immerse themselves in a free-roaming snow paradise. The ultimate all-mountain experience, SSX 3 features all-new events and courses, awe-inspiring tricks, and a cast of cool, customizable characters. Discover the open terrain, explore its hidden crevices, and conquer its peaks. Produced under the EA SPORTS BIG (TM) brand, a new game play experience allows users to seamlessly ride from one awesome area to the next - entering competitions, taking on Big Challenges, and discovering hidden collectibles. SSX 3 has blown out the trick component with unlimited combos and new over-the-top tricks.

Carl Freer, Co-founder and Chairman, Tiger Telematics, says: “As we continue to develop our strategic co-publishing relationship with EA for the Gizmondo platform, we’re delighted to introduce these enormously popular titles to our growing portfolio of content and look forward to extending the relationship with further announcements in the near future.”

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