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This former EA veteran will now lead  EVE Online  development
This former EA veteran will now lead EVE Online development
July 2, 2013 | By Mike Rose

July 2, 2013 | By Mike Rose
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Newsbrief: Sean Decker, previously vice president at Electronic Art's Play4Free label, has joined EVE Online studio CCP Games as the company's senior vice president of product development.

At CCP, Decker will be in charge of the company's worldwide game development, leading efforts at the various CCP studios in Reykjavik, Shanghai, Atlanta, and Newcastle.

Prior to his work on the Play4Free label, Decker was also VP and general manager at Battlefield and Mirror's Edge company DICE, and VP at EA Los Angeles, where he led production on the Medal of Honor and Commander & Conquer series.


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Ramin Shokrizade
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So is this the guy that was responsible for making "Command and Conquer: Tiberium Alliances" into a pay to win game at the same time calling it "Play4Free"? The skill game portion of the product is excellent, kudos to the designers, but for me the game was ruined by the ante game business model. My brain kept screaming "get out!!" as I saw screens asking me to PAY for "Play4Free Points". I wasn't sure if this was some weak Jedi mind trick or if they thought us gamers were really that stupid. I hope this isn't a sign of things to come over there at CCP.


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