Also Known As
- Jeremy Weber
|A Way Out (2018)||(Quality Analyst)|
|Burnout Paradise: Remastered (2018)||(Quality Analysts)|
|Fe (2018)||(Quality Analysts)|
|FIFA 18 (2017)||(QA Submissions Specialist)|
|Star Wars: Battlefront II (2017)||(Age Ratings)|
|Battlefield 1 (2016)||(Age Ratings Specialists)|
|FIFA 17 (2016)||(QA Submissions Specialists)|
|Plants vs. Zombies: GW2 (2016)||(WW Ratings Specialists)|
|Titanfall 2 (2016)||(Age Rating Quality Analysts)|
|Battlefield: Hardline (2015)||(QA Analysts)|
|FIFA 16 (2015)||(QA Submission Specialists)|
|FIFA 15 (2014)||(QA Submissions Specialists)|
|King of the Course (2014)||(QA Submission Specialist)|
|Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare (2014)||(WW Compliance Testing Team)|
|The Sims 4 (2014)||(Global Submissions and Age Ratings Team)|
|Madden NFL 25 (2013)||(QA Testers)|
|NCAA Football 14 (2013)||(QA Testers)|
|NCAA Football 13 (2012)||(QA Testers)|
|Star Wars: Battlefront (2015)||(Special Thanks)|
Born and raised in a small dirt-town not far from Pittsburgh PA, the gaming interest began, mildly, with Commodore64 and Atari, but his true "Wow" moment came with his first launch of "The Super Mario Bros." on the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1991, at the age of eight years old.
...he's been a recreational gamer ever since.
Now in his 30s as a game industry veteran, with experience working on almost 20 AAA titles shipped... in just six years. His career started at EA Sports in 2012 as a Core Gameplay Tester; working on both the Madden NFL and NCAA Football franchises simultaneously. Six years later he left Electronic Arts as a Worldwide Age Ratings Specialist, having previously tried his hand at 1st Party Compliance and Legal Submissions as well.
He has been awarded with a Certificate of Appreciation for his work on Dragon Age; Inquisition (2014), Special Thanks from DICE for his consulting work on Star Wars; Battlefront (2015), and an EA Award of Excellence for his concurrent work on DICE's Battlefield 1 (2016) and Bio-Ware's Mass Effect; Andromeda (2016).
Last updated: Oct 10, 2018