CCP Games Announces Former Electronic Arts Executive Sean Decker as Senior Vice President

New blood at the top for CCP Games, creators of EVE Online and DUST 514.
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Sean Decker, former Vice President of Electronic Arts “Play4Free” group was unveiled today as CCP Games‘ new Senior Vice President of Product Development.

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In a press release, CCP Games explained that Decker will be based in their Atlanta office and will “lead the company’s worldwide game development, overseeing the company’s studios in Reykjavik, Shanghai, Atlanta, and Newcastle.”

In his career for EA and DICE, Decker has directed titles such as the Medal of Honor and Command & Conquer as well as the Battlefield and Mirror’s Edge franchises.

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“I’m looking forward to helping CCP continue its tremendous growth. I’ve admired the company’s commitment to its games and players from afar for years, and now I’ll be able to be a part of that effort from the inside. I can’t wait to get started.” – Sean Decker, CCP press release, 2nd July 2013.

In the press release, CCP CEO Hilmar Veigar Pétursson stated, “The next few years will be the most important in the company’s history, as we build on the launch of DUST 514, expand EVE Online, continue development of World of Darkness, and kick start our efforts in mobile gaming.”

As CCP Games looks to build on existing titles and broaden its portfolio, former Executive Producer of EVE Online, Jon Lander, has been positioned to lead the push into mobile gaming.

According to the CCP Games Jobs Website, the position of Executive Producer for EVE Online remains vacant.

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Broken paramedic and coffee-drinking Englishman whose favourite dumb animal is an oxymoron. After over a decade of humping and dumping the fat and the dead, my lower spine did things normally reserved for Rubik's cubes, bringing my career as a medical clinician to an unexpectedly early end. Fortunately, my real passion is in writing and given that I'm now highly qualified in the art of sitting down, I have the time to pursue it. Having blogged about video games (well, mostly EVE Online) for years, I hope to channel my enjoyment of wordcraft and my hobby of gaming into one handy new career that doesn't involve other people's vomit.