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EA taps Matthew Bromberg as BioWare studio head

Justin Olivetti
September 10, 2013
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He's got big shoes to fill, but Electronic Arts is confident that Matthew Bromberg will be able to helm BioWare following the departure of Greg Zeschuk and Ray Muzyka a year ago.

VentureBeat reports that EA has tapped Matthew Bromberg for a promotion from BioWare Austin general manager to group general manager of the entire company. This puts Bromberg in charge of the many BioWare divisions, including studios in Canada and California. Bromberg joined the company in 2012 and was a former CEO of Major League Gaming.

With Bromberg's promotion, Jeff Hickman has become the new BioWare Austin general manager.





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