Don A. Mattrick
Don Mattrick co-founded Distinctive Software with Jeff Sember in 1982. He also founded Unlimited Software in 1988, and later held different positions at Electronic Arts when Distinctive was acquired by the company in 1991. His last position at EA was President of Worldwide Studios until he resigned in February 2006 and began working with the Entertainment and Devices Division at Microsoft as an external advisor.
In July 2007 he actively joined the company as Head of Interactive Entertainment Business when Peter Moore left Microsoft to become president of the EA Sports label at Electronic Arts.
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