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Game industry veteran Peter Moore – who has held senior positions at companies like Sega and Microsoft – is leaving his current role as chief competition officer at Electronic Arts. Though he won't be peddling virtual sports games anymore, he's not giving up on the spirit of competition.
Moore (pictured right, above) will be taking on the role of CEO for the Liverpool Football Club, according to the club's announcement. In the past, Moore has not been shy about his love for LFC, so it seems like an ideal match for everyone involved.
Moore will move to Liverpool and start his duties in June.
[Source: Liverpool Football Club]
Moore's experience and charisma will be missed in the gaming scene, but those qualities are sure to serve him well. We wish him the best in his new position.