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Marcus G. Smith

Also Known As

  • Marcus Smith

Game Credits

Production

Dr. Brain Thinking Games: Puzzle Madness (1998)   (Associate Producer / Writer)
Steven Spielberg's Director's Chair (1996)   (Project Coordinator)
 

Design

Dr. Brain: Action Reaction (1999)   (Level Designers )
 

Writers

Dr. Brain: Action Reaction (1999)   (Writer)
Dr. Brain Thinking Games: IQ Adventure (1999)   (Writer)
Steven Spielberg's Director's Chair (1996)   (Game Writers)
 

Video/Cinematics

NBA 2K6 (2005)   (Motion Capture Talent)
ESPN NBA 2K5 (2004)   (Motion Capture Talent)
NBA 2K3 (2002)   (Motion Capture Talent)
NBA 2K2 (2001)   (Motion Capture Talent)
NBA 2K1 (2000)   (Motion Capture Talent)
Steven Spielberg's Director's Chair (1996)   (Production Coordinator)
 

Thanks

NASCAR Thunder 2004 (2003)   (Special Thanks)
NASCAR Racing 2002 Season (2002)   (Special Thanks to:)
NASCAR Thunder 2003 (2002)   (Special Thanks)
NASCAR Racing 4 (2001)   (Special Thanks to:)
NASCAR Heat (2000)   (Speedway Motorsports)
 


Developer Biography

Marcus G. Smith is the Executive Vice President of National Sales and Marketing for Speedway Motorsports, a leading marketer and promoter of motorsports entertainment in the United States. The company owns and operates the following premiere facilities: Atlanta Motor Speedway, Bristol Motor Speedway, Lowe's Motor Speedway, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Infineon Raceway and Texas Motor Speedway.

Smith joined the company in 1996 as a sales associate at Lowe's Motor Speedway. In 1999, after the successful completion of the first naming rights agreement in the motorsports industry, the renaming of Charlotte Motor Speedway to Lowe's Motor Speedway, Smith was promoted to manager of new business development for SMI and named vice president of business development in 2001. He was elected to the company's Board of Directors in February 2004.

He is the son of renowned promoter Bruton Smith.

Last updated: May 18, 2008