Redwood City (CA) - With just enough time to finish unpacking his bags from E3, Microsoft's Peter Moore has jumped from the Xbox team to Electronic Arts, where he will serve as EA Sports President.
Peter Moore will leave Microsoft as the corporate vice president of the Interactive Entertainment Business, the division that oversees the Xbox. In a complete 180 degree turn, Moore will be replaced by Don Mattrick, a former Electronic Arts President. Mattrick is currently an external adviser to Microsoft's Entertainment and Devices division.
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