CCP Games has promoted EVE Online Senior Producer Andie 'CCP Seagull' Nordgren to the role of executive producer on the company's flagship MMO property. In her new role, Nordgren will oversee all aspects of EVE Online’s production from the company’s Reykjavik headquarters.
Nordgren was appointed executive producer following four years at CCP Games, most recently in the role of senior producer for EVE Online. Nordgren joined CCP in 2010 as a technical producer in the Core Technology Group, where she tackled the development and implementation of new server technology that made it possible to connect EVE Online and the PS3 game DUST 514.
She went on to serve as a senior technical producer before being named senior producer for EVE Online. During her tenure as senior producer, Nordgren was responsible for EVE Online’s product vision and roadmap, and oversaw the development team’s transition from two expansions per year to 10 releases annually in an effort to deliver more content, more frequently.
"It gives me great joy and confidence that Andie has accepted this challenge," said Hilmar Veigar Pétursson, CEO of CCP. "Over the years I have watched her go from strength to strength at CCP and believe her deep understanding of how communities thrive and grow will benefit EVE even more in this new role. As senior producer, Andie developed and communicated a tremendously inspiring path forward for EVE which, now that she’s at the helm, we are confident will deliver EVE Online to new and exciting places in its second decade."
More information on Nordgren's promotion can be found here.