Former Game Developers Conference showrunner Jamil Moledina, who left the organization
in August, has announced his new position as outreach director for business development at Electronic Arts' EA Partners division (Rock Band, Crysis
According to a note sent by Moledina to contacts, including Gamasutra: "Part of my previous work involved finding innovative developers and revealing their breakthroughs on stage."
"Now my work is to seek out breakthrough games and provide their developers with a selection of seasoned practical and business capabilities to help them realize their dreams."
Moledina, who helmed GDC for a number of years before leaving, with Meggan Scavio now acting as GDC Director for the 2009 show, noted of the EA Partners division in his note: "The team here has already done amazing work with games like Crysis, The Orange Box
, and Rock Band
, and I’m excited to be working with them to help make more great games.
Recent EA Partners deals include a dual announcement
involving Epic Games and its People Can Fly studio, alongside notable Japanese studio Grasshopper Manufacture.