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Andrew Wilson Appointed CEO Of EA, The "World’s Greatest Games Company"

Posted on Tuesday, September 17 @ 14:45:13 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Electronic Arts has a new CEO leading the charge. His name is Andrew Wilson, the former executive VP at EA Sports.

In a post on the official EA blog, Wilson outlines three main areas in which he plans to focus, those being the "Continued transformation for our digital future; Delivering amazing games and services across platforms; and instilling a culture of execution that will drive profitable growth."

Wilson then went on to mention one specifically ambitious goal, saying "I envision EA as the World’s Greatest Games Company.  This is not about what we are aiming for or what we will become.  Rather, it is about an unfaltering commitment to what we will be every day.  This is an attitude that must drive our culture as one team."

Do you think Andrew Wilson will be able to take the company to new heights of success following the departure of former CEO John Riccitiello? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

[EA, via IGN]
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