Peter Moore bids farewell to the games industry

Peter Moore has spent the past 18 years in the games industry and has overseen some monumental moments in the industry! From launching the Dreamcast and making Xbox Live an industry leader,  to wrestling Grand Theft Auto exclusivity from PlayStation.

There is not much this man hasn’t seen or done in the industry.

And today was his last day Continue reading

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Peter Moore Named As Liverpool FC’s Chief Executive

Liverpool Football Club tonight announced that Peter Moore will leave his position at EA to become their new CEO.

Fenway Sports Group released a statement on the clubs official website and said the following;

Liverpool Football Club has named Peter Moore as its new chief executive officer.

The appointment completes a 10-month transition plan by FSG and finalises the senior management structure at the club.

This is surely the dream job for the Liverpool born  businessman who is a lifelong Liverpool fan. And with the club previously stating they were looking for a more “business minded CEO to replace Ian Ayre” he appears to be an ideal fit for the club. 

Peter Moore had previously been involved in the video games industry including being COO at SEGA, Head of Xbox Division at Microsoft (with his famous Halon2 and GTA IV tattoos) and, of course, his current position of Chief Competition Officer at EA.  

This appointment also sees several other moves within the club’s management. 

Peter will take up his new position in July 2017.

5 big Gaming Surprises IRL

About a month ago I told everyone who follows me on twitter to sign up for the Pokemon newsletter because they were advertising that everyone who signs up would get a code for one of the legendary birds(distributed at random). Well this morning I got my email and instead of just one code, I got a code for them all! What an awesome surprise!

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It got me thinking, what are the best surprises that gaming has ever given us?

Lets dive through the history books and take a peak shall we? Continue reading