East India Gaming Company


Bringing the Empire to your doorstep.

Welcome to EIC!

A revival of the East India Company of old, we are an Imperially-aligned Mercantile Trading Company that seek to expand Imperial influence through the manipulation of local governments to benefit the expansion of our own faction, a strong private military and the collaboration of like-minded morally flexible pilots.

We have many different pilots under our employ... traders and combat pilots, explorers and miners. We even have a thriving player trade market where we offer other players materials needed to unlock various engineers at a fair price. There's a job for all kinds of pilots with us.

As a community, we are a progressive community that promotes tolerance and inclusion. Bigotry or bias of any sort will not be tolerated.

Elite: Dangerous was the birthplace of this community and is our main focus. In addition we have expanded into other games and will continue to do so in the future.

News And Announcements

Memo from the CEO

By RaumfahrerSpiff | April 18, 2019 |

From the office of the CEO, East India Company:   I am as honored to accept the board’s recommendation as I am saddened to be succeeding my missing mentor and long-time friend Jahena Yar Savor. When I started at this Company, with the weight of being a long-distant descendant of our great Company’s original co-founder, John Watts, there was no way I could have possibly filled the expectations I had for myself but with Jahena’s leadership and tutelage I found my place here and learned from her as she navigated our Company through rough waters and expanded our claim of Imperial space and our commanding share of the Galactic marketplace. We are all saddened to learn of her recent disappearance. Official details are scarce and speculation is rampant, so I want to put rest to the notion that Jahena was anything less than a loyal steward of our great cause. What little information we were able to recover following her last diplomatic voyage to local Thargoid attack sites, it seems likely that her convoy was…

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