Orlando J. Lewis
aka: Orlando Lewis
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Orlando has been involved in the Data Collection Team for EA's FIFA series since 2006. In 2006 he was Managing Editor of Crystal Palace (his favourite team), West Ham, Millwall and QPR.
In September 2006 Orlando joined the QA Team at EA Chertsey, and in October 2006, Orlando joined the European Certification Group (ECG) at EA Chertsey.
In March 2007 Orlando, (under the guidance of colleague Mike Takla) became Senior Editor for the Premiership.
In 2008 Orlando worked as a Producer for FIFA 09 under the guidance of Michael Mueller-Moehring in EA Koln (Germany).
Orlando provides the weekly data for FIFA 09's adidas Live Season game mode for the English Premier League.
Currently, Orlando is producer, publisher, presenter, journalist at the leading FIFA news website www.fifainformer.com
Orlando has recently published monthly video blogs relating to FIFA news.
Credited on 28 games
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|FIFA 20 (2019 on Windows)||Production Leads|
|FIFA 19 (2018 on Windows)||Production Leads|
|FIFA 18 (2017 on Windows)||Production Leads|
|FIFA Mobile (2016 on Android)||Production Leads|
|FIFA 17 (2016 on Windows)||Production Leads|
|FIFA 16 (2015 on Windows)||Production Leads|
|FIFA 15 (2014 on Windows)||Production Team|
|FIFA 15: Ultimate Team (2014 on Android)||Production Leads|
|FIFA 14 (2014 on Windows Apps)||Data Collection and Reference Community|
|FIFA 14 (2013 on Windows)||Data Collection and Reference Community|
|FIFA 13 (2012 on PlayStation 2)||Data Collection Community|
|FIFA 13 (2012 on iPhone)||Data Collection Community|
|UEFA Euro 2012 (2012 on Windows)||Licensing Production Team|
|FIFA 12 (2011 on Android)||Licensing Production Team|
|FIFA Manager 12 (2011 on Windows)||Licensing Executive|
|FIFA Soccer 12 (2011 on PlayStation 2)||Production Team|
|FIFA Soccer 12 (2011 on Windows)||Licensing Production Team|
|FIFA 11 (2010 on iPhone)||Data Collection Community|
|FIFA Soccer 11 (2010 on Windows)||Data Collection Community|
|Football Academy (2009 on Nintendo DS)||Production Team|
[ full credits ]
- 28 games with Michael Müller-Möhring
- 26 games with Steven Schnur
- 25 games with Arnie Misfeldt
- 25 games with Niels Diekmann
- 24 games with Angelo Gazzola
- 23 games with Olivier Hallereau
- 22 games with Matt Bilbey
- 22 games with Raphaella Lima
- 22 games with Ramin Afshar
- 22 games with Matthew Smith
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