GameSpot Well guys, in an SEC document (which was filed Thursday), Wilson sold al 32,085 shares at $21 each. He earned $687,000. The rest you can see above. Wilson now holds zero shares in EA. He also happens to be the only EA executive in such position. EA shares skyrocketed after announcing the Disney Star Wars Deal as well as the FIFA license extension. However, if Wilson cashed out a few days back, he would've received thousands of dollars less, as EA shares bounced between $17 and $18 on Monday and Tuesday. -- I find this a smart move, kind of. But, EA is still worse than the mafia.