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EA hires Microsoft vet Suh as new CFO

EA hires Microsoft vet Suh as new CFO

Electronic Arts has found a new chief financial officer in Chris Suh (pictured).

He joins from Microsoft, where he was previously CVP and CFO of the company's Cloud and AI division. Suh has also worked as GM of the Big M's investor relations in the past, too.

He is replacing Blake Jorgensen, formerly EA's CFO and COO, after he announced he was leaving the firm back in October 2021. Chief studios officer Laura Miele has taken on Jorgensen's chief operating officer roles. 

“Chris is an exceptionally qualified leader joining us as we accelerate and transform our business for a socially-connected, cloud-enabled future,” EA CEO Andrew Wilson said. “I look forward to having Chris as a strategic partner, bringing his extensive experience driving scale and growth to help us achieve our goals. We’re thrilled to welcome him to our executive leadership team at Electronic Arts.”

Suh added: “I’m incredibly energized to join a world leader in interactive entertainment at a time of such growth and transformation in the industry. EA’s bold vision for the future – to connect hundreds of millions of players through social ecosystems with powerful IP at the centre – is very compelling. I’m excited to help the company accelerate into this vision and its next phase of growth.”


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