One of Electronic Arts' most influential former executives has been named as the fifth receipiant of the Academy of Interactive Arts and Science's Lifetime Achievement Award. Bing Gordon will receive the award during the annual DICE Summit in Las Vegas on February 10.
Gordon started at EA in 1982 and rose up the ranks, eventually becoming the Chief Creative Officer at the publisher where he would stay for 10 years. Bing helped to lead EA to become one of the biggest publishers in the industry. Gordon left EA in 2008 and currently is a partner with the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.