Electronic Arts Mobile executive Frank Gibeau has decided to leave EA, the company has announced.
Gibeau spent more than 23 years working in various roles for the publisher, most recently serving as EA Mobile’s executive vice president. It’s unclear what his plans will be now that he’s moved on.
"Throughout a more than 20-year career, Frank’s made many significant contributions to the company, our people and our games," EA CEO Andrew Wilson said.
"Most recently, he’s worked to strengthen EA Mobile by building a great team. We’d like to thank Frank for his achievements at EA, and we wish him all the best in his next chapter."
The company’s mobile division will report directly to the CEO until long-term arrangements are figured out. Wilson made it clear that EA still views mobile as part of its core business plan.