Jade Raymond



Head, Stadia Games and Entertainment

After the closure of EA’s Visceral Games in 2017, developers of the Amy Hennig–led “Star Wars” project were out of work, and Raymond stepped in, dogged about reviving the seemingly abandoned game and renewing hope for fans. She had been with EA since leaving Montreal-based Ubisoft in 2015 and opened EA Motive Studios in Vancouver specifically to oversee the new “Star Wars” title. She had cemented her status as a gaming powerhouse by exec-producing blockbuster Ubisoft franchises “Assassin’s Creed,” “Watch Dogs” and “Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist.” In October, it was announced Raymond would be leaving EA, which had once been known for entertainment and sports licenses. No reason was given, though it’s surely anything but game over for this player, as she joined Google in March 2019 as a VP to lead Stadia Games and Entertainment.


  • Electronic Arts' Motive Studios
  • Assassin's Creed
  • Watch Dogs


  • Marianopolis College (Canada)
  • McGill University (Canada)

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Jade Raymond Named Vice President of Google

Jade Raymond Named Vice President of Google

Games industry veteran Jade Raymond has been named a vice president of Google.Raymond announced the news over Twitter today. "I’m excited to finally be able to share that I have joined Google as VP!" wrote Raymond.She didn't clarify what her role would be as one of the company's vice presidents.Raymond got her start in the game industry as a programmer for Sony. She went on to work at Electronic Arts, then as a correspondent for The Electric Playground, and finally...


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