Peter Moore, a tattoo enthusiast, former executive of Sega, Microsoft and Electronic Arts, is returning to the gaming industry. Moore announced on Twitter on Wednesday that he has joined the engine manufacturer Unity Technologies as the senior vice president and general manager of its sports and live entertainment division.
Moore, 66, has been doing his dream job in sports for the past four years: CEO of Liverpool Football Club, a team he has loved since he was a child. During his tenure, the Red Army won the Premier League in the 2019-20 season, the first league championship in 30 years. The club also won the 201
This is not the biggest news today, but I am happy to announce that I have joined @unity3d’s outstanding talent team as the senior vice president and general manager of Sports & Live Entertainment. I am very happy to be reunited with many industry friends because we are committed to some very cool things. there are more…
-Peter Moore (@PeterMooreLFC) January 20, 2021
Prior to this, Moore served as an executive officer at Electronic Arts for ten years (and then as its chief operating officer and president of EA Sports). After joining Unity, Moore will be reunited with John Riccitiello, who brought Moore into EA when he became CEO of EA in 2007. Riccitiello is currently the CEO of Unity.
Moore is personable and well-known to long-time video game fans. At the 1999 Dreamcast conference, he was revered as the president of Sega America (more unfortunately, he had to announce the obsolescence of the game console) .
After that, he joined Microsoft’s Xbox department, where he guaranteed Halo 2On November 9, 2004, Date of launch, tattoo on right arm.
Although Moore still refuses to answer questions about ink, it is still uncertain whether the ink will continue to exist.