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Assassin's Creed producer Jade Raymond joins Google as vice president

Raymond will likely be part of the mysterious Google gaming division, but what her exact role will be is unclear.

Published onMarch 13, 2019

A professional head shot of Jade Raymond, game developer, who just joined Google as a vice president.

Famed game producer and AAA product lead Jade Raymond announced on Twitter late yesterday that she has joined Google as a vice president.

It’s highly likely that Raymond is now a part of the mysterious Google gaming division, which will launch some sort of gaming product next week at the 2019 Game Developers Conference. However, although we know Raymond has a vice president title, we don’t yet know what her exact role with Google will be.

Judging from Raymond’s history in the gaming industry, it’s highly likely she is involved in Project Stream, which allows gamers to play AAA titles in just a web browser. However, it could be that Raymond is working in some yet-unknown division of Google gaming that we won’t know about until after GDC.

I’m excited to finally be able to share that I have joined Google as VP!
— Jade Raymond (@ibjade) March 12, 2019
Google teases likely gaming hardware announcement at GDC 2019
A teaser ad for what is likely the announcement of Google Gaming Hardware at GDC 2019.

Raymond was a co-founder of both Motive Studios and Ubisoft Toronto. At the latter, she helped build the Assassin’s Creed, Watch Dogs, and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell franchises. The former studio was a part of Electronic Arts where she worked on Star Wars-related properties.

Raymond left EA in October last year after the Star Wars franchise started to face issues. However, EA gave her many compliments during her departure so it’s unclear if the Star Wars issues had much to do with Raymond.

We’ll likely find out more about Raymond’s new Google gaming title at GDC next week.

NEXT: The Google Project Stream test is over…now what?

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