Electronic Arts’ chief technology officer Ken Moss is stepping down
He’s been with the FIFA and Madden publisher for eight years
Electronic Arts has announced that its chief technology officer Ken Moss has decided to leave the company.
In a message shared with employees and republished in an SEC filing, EA CEO Andrew Wilson said Moss was stepping down after eight years to pursue new challenges outside of the FIFA and Madden publisher.
“The technical transformation that we’ve undergone during Ken’s tenure has been extraordinary — navigating tremendous digital expansion, growing to new platforms, delivering tools for our game teams to serve more players, and enabling a large and growing global organization,” Wilson said.
“Technology has made this all possible, and Ken’s leadership has been pivotal for our company.”
Wilson said EA’s senior VP development technology and solutions, Marija Radulovic-Nastic, and chief information security officer, Matt Thomlinson, will take on new roles when Moss leaves the company.
“As we undergo our next phase of growth, we’re moving to a structure with two distinct pillars that will focus our technical and operational expertise, and we are empowering two of our technology leaders to drive this evolution for us.
“Marija Radulovic-Nastic will be our Chief Technology Officer, Creative & Development, leading our tech teams building creative tools and solutions for our game makers and our players.
“Matt Thomlinson will be our Chief Technology Officer, Enterprise, leading the foundational tech and infrastructure teams powering our player experiences and live services, our operations, and areas of future technical innovation.
“Both Marija and Matt and their teams will be part of our COO organization, reporting to Laura Miele. Together with Laura, they will define our technology strategy, accelerate our decision making, and drive further innovation.”