Keith was a senior executive at Electronic Arts (EA) where he joined the company pre IPO with just over 100 employees and his 12 year tenure encompassed the company's growth to over 3,500 employees and over $1.5 billion in annual revenues.
Keith held a number of positions at EA, including VP of Product Development, VP of Technology, and VP of Online. During his career at EA Keith played a key role in the company's M&A efforts, strategic relationships, and platform transition strategies.
Keith also founded EA's Online Division, leading the company's strategy and technology effort onto the Internet and leading the creation of the first successful online business for the company and the industry as a whole.
Since leaving EA, Keith has been CEO of two game start-ups in mobile and avatar worlds areas. As CEO Keith has personally led several transactions to both acquire and sell private game companies, as well as raised multiple investments from a wide array of blue chip venture capital firms in silicon valley.
Keith is currently a board member at Majesco (NASDAQ:COOL), a leading family friendly game publisher; Exent, a leading online casual game distributor; Xfire, the leading social communication service for gamers; and Titan, an innovative games for prizes developer.
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|Jun 3, 2008||CNet - Under the Radar live: Welcome to the social - CNET|