Prior to that, Moore spent a years as an executive with Electronic Arts (with time as its chief operating officer and as president of EA Sports). In joining Unity, Moore will be reunited with John Riccitiello, who brought Moore to EA in 2007 when he was its CEO. Riccitiello is currently Unitys chief executive.
Personalized and well known to longtime video gaming fans, Moore is also remembered as the president of Sega of America during the 1999 launch of the Dreamcast (and, less gladly, the guy who had to announce the consoles untimely demise).
Following that, he signed up with Microsofts Xbox department, where he is best known for ensuring Halo 2s Nov. 9, 2004, launch date with a tattoo on his right arm.
Hardly the biggest news of the day, however Im thrilled to announce that Ive joined the incredibly-talented team at @unity3d as SVP and GM of Sports & & Live Entertainment. Thrilled to be reunited with many industry buddies as we deal with some really cool things. More to come …– Peter Moore (@PeterMooreLFC) January 20, 2021
Though Moore still coyly answers concerns about the ink, its continued presence is however unofficial.
Peter Moore, the tattoo lover and previous executive at Sega, Microsoft, and Electronic Arts, is getting back into the video gaming market. Moore revealed Wednesday on Twitter that he has joined engine maker Unity Technologies to lead its sports & & live home entertainment department as senior vice president and general manager.
Moore, 66, had invested the past 4 years in something of a sports nuts dream task: primary executive of Liverpool Football Club, his preferred team given that boyhood. In his period, the Reds won the Premier League in the 2019-20 season, their very first league champion in 30 years. The club likewise took the UEFA Champions League title in 2019 (and the Super Cup after that), plus the FIFA Club World Cup in 2019.