Tiger Woods Game Franchise Grows

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Video game publisher Electronic Arts says sales of the company's Tiger Woods golf games have grown, despite the scandal over Woods' extramarital transgressions. EA says it still plans to launch "Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11" for game consoles and the iPhone in June.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

And our Last Word in Business comes from video game publisher Electronic Arts, which says: Go Tiger.

Sales of the company's Tiger Woods golf game has grown, despite the scandal over Woods' martial infidelities. While some of the golfer's sponsors have dumped him and many others have scaled back their marketing plans, the video game world remains loyal. EA says it still plans to launch "Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11" for game consoles and the iPhone this June.

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