Don Traeger

Game Credits


MX 2002 featuring Ricky Carmichael (2001)   (President)
Jet Moto 3 (1999)   (President)
Nuclear Strike (1997)   (CEO)


Disney Presents a Pixar Film: Cars (2006)   (Executive Producer)
WWE Crush Hour (2003)   (Executive in Charge of Production)
Jet Moto 3 (1999)   (Produced by)
Alexi Lalas International Soccer (1998)   (Executive Producers)
Courier Crisis (1997)   (Executive Producers)
Moto Racer (1997)   (Executive Producers)
Nuclear Strike (1997)   (Executive Producer)
Spider (1996)   (Executive Producers)
Michael Jordan: Chaos in the Windy City (1994)   (Executive Producer)
Shaq Fu (1994)   (Executive Producer)
Haunting Starring Polterguy (1993)   (Producer)
Michael Jordan in Flight (1993)   (Executive Producer)
NBA Showdown (1993)   (Executive Producer)
Bulls vs. Blazers and the NBA Playoffs (1992)   (Produced by)
Team USA Basketball (1992)   (Executive Producer)
4-D Boxing (1991)   (Producers)
Are We There Yet? (1991)   (Executive Producer)
Bulls vs. Lakers and the NBA Playoffs (1991)   (Executive Producer)
The Immortal (1990)   (Producer)
Lakers versus Celtics and the NBA Playoffs (1990)   (Produced by)
Low Blow (1990)   (Producer)
PGA Tour Golf (1990)   (Producer)
Rampart (1990)   (Producer)
Skate or Die 2: The Search for Double Trouble (1990)   (Producer)
Ski or Die (1990)   (Producer)
Budokan: The Martial Spirit (1989)   (Producer)
Lakers versus Celtics and the NBA Playoffs (1989)   (Producer)
Caveman Ugh-Lympics (1988)   (Producer)
Jordan vs Bird: One on One (1988)   (Produced by)
Kings of the Beach (1988)   (Producer)
Skate or Die (1987)   (Associate Producer)
Ultimate Wizard (1986)   (Product Manager)
Marble Madness (1984)   (Executive Producer)

Quality Assurance

Shaq Fu (1994)   (EA Management Team)


Earl Weaver Baseball (1987)   (Product Manager)
PHM Pegasus (1987)   (Product Manager)
Super Boulder Dash (1986)   (Product Manager)
Timothy Leary's Mind Mirror (1985)   (Product Manager)
World Tour Golf (1985)   (Product Manager)
Marble Madness (1984)   (Product Manager)

Public Relations

Chuck Yeager's Advanced Flight Simulator (1987)   (Product Manager)


Monkey Hero (1999)   (Special Thanks to)
Fade to Black (1995)   (Thanks to)
Ferrari Formula One (1988)   (Special Thanks to)


MX Superfly Featuring Ricky Carmichael (2002)   (President)

Developer Biography

Best known for having started the EA Sports brand for Electronic Arts, Traeger started his career at Atari Games in the early 80's and came to Electronic Arts in 1984. He remained at EA for over 10 years, distinguishing himself by producing EA's first internally-developed hit, Skate or Die, and going on to serve as Producer and Executive Producer for a long line of top-selling action and sports products.

While at EA, he negotiated and signed early sports licensing deals with Michael Jordan and the NBA and PGA Tour and conceptualized and developed the brand look and feel for EA Sports.

Traeger left EA in 1995 to set up a new technology start-up for entertainment giant BMG. He launched his own independent game development studio, DT Productions, in the Fall of 1997, creating console hits like Jet Moto 3 for Sony and MX 2003 for THQ. DT Productions became Pacific Coast Power and Light, which was purchased and became a wholly-owned subsidiary of THQ, Inc in 1999.

In September 2003, Traeger became a member of the Strategic Advisory Board at Linden Lab.

Last updated: Jun 19, 2006