This material is hosted on an external platform, which will only display it if you accept targeting cookies. Please allow cookies to view.
Manage cookie settings
Former EA executive Peter Moore has gone back to the video game market, joining engine maker Unity as senior vice president of Sports and Live Home Entertainment.
Moore revealed the news on Twitter.
Moores career in computer game began at Sega, where he worked to introduce the Dreamcast in North America. He later joined Microsoft to work on the Xbox, displaying tattoos of Halo 2 and Grand Theft Auto 4 during E3 announcements. The video listed below programs the Halo 2 E3 2004 demo throughout which Moore showed off his Halo 2 release date tattoo.
And heres the Grand Theft Auto 4 pertaining to Xbox 360 announcement tattoo reveal from 2006:
In July 2007, Moore joined EA to deal with its sports division, spearheading the explosive development of the FIFA franchise. Moore left EA in February 2017 to work at his boyhood club, Liverpool as CEO, however left that post in August 2020. During Moores time at Liverpool, the club won the Premier League, the Champions League and the FIFA Club World Cup.
In joining Unity, Moore connects once again with ex-EA manager John Riccitiello, who is current CEO of Unity.
Moores profession in video games began at Sega, where he worked to release the Dreamcast in North America. In July 2007, Moore joined EA to work on its sports division, spearheading the explosive development of the FIFA franchise. Moore left EA in February 2017 to work at his boyhood club, Liverpool as CEO, but left that post in August 2020.
Barely the biggest news of the day, however I?m delighted to announce that I?ve joined the incredibly-talented group at @unity3d as SVP and GM of Sports & & Live Entertainment. Happy to be reunited with a lot of market good friends as we work on some actually cool stuff. More to come …– Peter Moore (@PeterMooreLFC) January 20, 2021