It’s not immediately clear how many staff are seeking to unionize or what their roles are. EA, Keywords Studios, and UFCW Local 401 did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

The announcement comes as labor organizing appears to be picking up steam in the video game industry. Indie studio Vodeo became the first in North America to unionize in December, and QA workers at Call of Duty studio Raven Software just overcame their first hurdle with the U.S. National Labor Relations Board to hold a vote to unionize.

Last week, an NLRB complaint was filed against Nintendo of America alleging retaliation when a contact employee was fired after asking a questions about unions in a February meeting, sources told Kotaku. Nintendo said the termination was over an NDA violation and denies there is any union activity at its North American headquarters.