WAGMI Games Appoints Former EA Executives to Strengthen Development Team
Esteban Gil and Brent Pease Join Forces to Build Next-Gen Blockchain Games.
WAGMI Games, a leading blockchain game development studio, has announced the appointment of two former EA executives to its team. Esteban Gil, a former senior project manager at EA and Respawn Entertainment, will join WAGMI as the studio's new Chief Product Officer. Brent Pease, a former EA director of operations and founder of Industrial Toys, has been appointed to the dual role of COO and general manager.
Gil and Pease bring a wealth of experience to WAGMI, having worked on some of the biggest and most successful games of all time. Gil was the project manager for the popular Apex Legends franchise, while Pease was the director of operations for the Battlefield series. In their new roles at WAGMI, Gil and Pease will be responsible for leading the studio's development efforts. Gil will focus on product strategy and development, while Pease will oversee operations and growth.
The appointments of Gil and Pease are a major coup for WAGMI, and they signal the studio's ambition to become a leading player in the blockchain gaming space. With Gil and Pease at the helm, WAGMI is well-positioned to develop the next generation of blockchain games that will appeal to a mainstream audience.
In a statement, Gil said that he was excited to join WAGMI and help the studio "build amazing games that people will love to play." Pease added that he was "thrilled" to be joining WAGMI and working with Gil to "create the future of blockchain gaming."
WAGMI Games is backed by some of the biggest names in the blockchain industry, including Polkastarter, Animoca Brands, and Ascensive Assets. The studio is currently developing a number of blockchain games, including the highly anticipated Ember Sword. The appointment of Gil and Pease is a major step forward for WAGMI Games. With these two industry veterans on board, the studio is well-positioned to become a leading player in the blockchain gaming space.