Intel Hires Former EA and AMD Executives Ahead of Its Arc GPU Launch As Company Goes Into PC Gaming Hardware
Intel just hired former EA and AMD executives ahead of the company’s Arc GPU launch. Hiring Intel is an integral part of the company’s steps in PC gaming hardware.
Intel is hiring technical and game development managers
According to the TechSpot article, Intel has just announced a number of high-profile hires aimed at helping the company take its first steps into PC gaming hardware. These hires include technical managers as well as game development managers from reputable companies like Electronic Arts and AMD.
Intel would need this experience to maintain a smooth relationship with users and game developers. Intel took him to Twitter to make the announcements noting that all would work in the “games and graphics” section of the company.
Intel Arc Alchemist GPU
This stands for Intel’s Arc Alchemist GPUs. Graphics cards are expected to launch either at the end of 2021 or at some point in 2022. Intel has reportedly already shown how serious it is when it comes to getting into gaming by even showing the rebuilding of the game. image of the company as well as a mascot. Intel Arc GPUs have already been tested, and diagnostics show their potential in the GPU space.
The company’s newest vice president of gaming and graphics workload engineering as well as general manager is a more than 20-year gaming industry veteran named André Bremer. Bremer was reportedly a director for Amazon Web Services Game Tech and even reportedly worked as a chief engineering officer for Prime Gaming, as seen on his LinkedIn profile.
Other hires from Intel
Before that, Bremer would have had a fairly long history of directing. development as well as engineering software in some companies like EA, Zynga and even LucasArts. Intel has reportedly hired Michael Heilemann as the company’s new senior director of game development tools and technology.
Heilemann was reportedly CTO at EA and Head of Content at Sony Computer Entertainment America. Prior to that, he also had a game development career that reportedly dates back to the 90s with some companies like Dreamworks Interactive, Vivendi, and even Malibu Interactive.
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Intel hires former global head of games and professional software at AMD
Intel has reportedly hired Steve Bell as the company’s senior director of game developer relations. Tom’s Hardware notes that Bell actually worked for 13 years at popular Intel competitor AMD in the exact same position. Intel has been working on its Arc GPUs in hopes of challenging rivals like the RX 6700 XT and RTX 3070 from AMD and NVIDIA.
Finally, Intel reportedly hired Ritchie Corpus as vice president and general manager of overall gaming ecosystem business development and developer relations. Corpus has 15 years of experience at AMD, working as Global Games Manager as well as Professional Software. Prior to that, Corpus would have worked in some companies like Logitech and PC Gaming Alliance.
Big news here! We’ve just added some big heavyweights to games and graphics here at Intel. Join us in welcoming Ritche Corpus (@ Xérieux), Steve Bell, Michael Heilemann (@mheilemann), and André Bremer (@andre_bremer) to the mixture! pic.twitter.com/uKta1fcXHA
– Intel Graphics (@IntelGraphics) September 17, 2021
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