Executive Chairman: Larry Probst was appointed executive chairman in March 2013. President: All of EA's labels and studios are overseen by Frank Gibeau, who was appointed President of EA Labels in 2011. Label 1: EA Games-- Home to the largest number of studio and development teams, this label is responsible for action-adventure, role playing, racing and combat games, marketed under the EA brand. In addition to traditional packaged-goods games, EA Games also develops massively multiplayer online role-playing games. Led by Frank Gibeau. Includes: EA Interactive- Includes PopCap Games and EA Mobile. Led by Barry Cottle. Criterion Games Ghost Games DICE Los Angeles (formerly Danger Close Games and EA Los Angeles, and is currently the DICE sector for making Star Wars video games) EA Digital Illusions CE (formerly Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment, DICE) EA Montreal Visceral Games (formerly EA Redwood Shores) Label 2: EA Bioware-focuses on creating multiplatform, role-playing, MMO and strategy games. Includes Mythic Entertainment BioWare Edmonton BioWare Austin BioWare Montreal Victory Games. Label 3: EA Sports- Publishes all the realistic, casual, and freestyle sports-based titles from EA, including FIFA Football, Madden NFL, Fight Night, NBA Live, NCAA Football, Cricket, NCAA March Madness, Tiger Woods PGA Tour, NHL Hockey, NASCAR and Rugby. Led by Andrew Wilson. EA Tiburon (Florida) EA Canada (Burnaby) EA North Carolina (Morrisville) 4. Label 4: EA Maxis- Creates and publishes casual games for gamers and non-traditional gamers. Includes The Sims series and developing and marketing life-simulation games and online communities. The label is headquartered at EA's campus in Redwood Shores, although the original studio is located in Emeryville.(formerly EA Play) Maxis Emeryville The Sims Studio EA Salt Lake EA Hasbro MySims Casual Studios 5. Label 5: EA All Play- Includes original EA and partner franchises like The Simpsons, Tetris, SCRABBLE, MONOPOLY, World Series of Poker, Real Racing, Ultima, as well as online games for the Pogo.com online service. For a list of major players, go to the wiki for each title and you will find the major job titles. Workers are not listed but include animator, artist, developer, writer, accountant, etc.