Your EA Account Privacy Settings help you in many ways.
Different settings make it easier to find your friends and connect with others, while others let you play privately, combat harassment, and have your own personal gaming experience.
Make sure to click Update once you’ve made your changes to save them.
There are a number of different ways to set up your profile. Here’s what you can do to make your settings work for you.
EA In-Game Targeted Advertising
This setting controls what data will be used to show you advertising, reminders, and in-game offers we think may be of interest to you. If you disable it (unchecked in the Privacy Settings tab), you may still see ads from EA, but they won’t be based on information collected across EA games.
For mobile games, you'll need to opt out of in-game targeted advertising in each game's settings menu.
Each mobile game is different, but look for an option labeled Privacy or Privacy Settings. From there, you’ll find the setting for EA In-Game Targeted Advertising that you can disable.
EA Targeted Advertising on Third Party Websites and Platforms
This setting controls whether EA shares data from your EA Account with our third-party partners for EA targeted advertising on other websites and platforms.
Who can see my EA Account profile?
Decide who can see what you’re up to on EA platforms like the EA app. There are four options to choose from:
What else can users see on my profile?
Want other players to see your achievements? Check this box. If not, leave it unchecked.
You can also choose whether you want your real name to appear on your profile. If not, leave it unchecked.
How can users search for me?
Check the boxes to choose how other players can search for your profile.
If you have an adult EA Account, one way other players can find you is through other accounts linked to your EA Account:
Other players will be able to find you if they search for the email address you use for your EA Account.
Having problems with another player? Block them. Blocking cuts off all communication between you and the other player when you’re playing on an EA platform, or if you’re playing an EA game on any other platform.
You can unblock players by removing them from your EA Blocked Users List at anytime.
If you want to block someone from contacting you completely, regardless of what platform you’re on or what game you’re playing, check out these helpful articles:
Want to keep up to date with all things EA? Click on the Email Preferences tab, below Privacy Settings.
Pick the Frequency that you get emails from us. You can choose from anytime, weekly, or monthly.
Then, pick which games you want info about under Preferred Games.
Don’t want emails from us? You can hit Unsubscribe All, and we'll go our separate ways.