Laura Miele
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Electronic Arts



Promoted from chief studios officer to COO in 2021, Miele is busier than ever, with 12 games and more than 350 live-service updates filling up EA’s 2021. EA Sports saw “Madden NFL,” “FIFA” and “NHL” releases while announcing another “College Football” game. The company reeled in acclaim for Hazelight’s “It Takes Two” co-op adventure and the remaster of its famous “Mass Effect” trilogy, before touting a remake of fan favorite “Dead Space” for 2022. Studios also expanded with mobile-minded acquisitions Glu Mobile and Playdemic, plus “F1” studio Codemasters. EA’s Respawn studio even won an Oscar for VR documentary short “Colette,” a first for the video game industry. Miele continues to run the EA Women’s Ultimate Team, which promotes gender diversity and equality in and outside the company.


  • Electronic Arts
  • EA Sports

Variety Honors

  • 2020 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2021 Variety500 Honoree
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Laura Miele

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With annual “FIFA,” “Madden NFL,” “NHL” and “UFC” releases, EA became the virtual home for sports while the actual industry shut down in the spring, seeing nearly $1.5 billion in revenue for calendar Q2 with over $1 billion coming from live services alone. Thanks to Miele’s wrangling of EA’s studios, they’ve churned out around 250 live service updates since March. October also saw EA release “Star Wars: Squadrons” to positive reception following critical acclaim and strong sales for 2019’s “Jedi:...


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