For the American singer and music producer, see Tony Garcia (singer).
Tony Garcia is a video game producer and designer. He has over 23 years of experience in game technologies and worked in senior capacity at Electronic Arts (EA), Microsoft Game Studios and Lucasfilm.
From 1988 to 1991 Garcia was the Director of Development at Lucasfilm Games. He was the producer for such games as Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe and Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis. In 1991, Garcia was a founder of Microsoft Game Studios. Over a period of six years, Garcia grew the business and established Microsoft as a dominating player in the video game industry. He also successfully completed the acquisition of the developer of Microsoft Flight Simulator, subLOGIC, and was an integral part of the Dreamworks Joint Venture. In 1997, Garcia was appointed as General Manager of EA, Seattle. This studio was responsible for the Need for Speed series and FIFA games for the Sony PlayStation. Later, Garcia was the CEO of FXLabs Studios Pvt. Ltd..
Currently Tony is head of Business Development at Unity Technologies, APS working on Unity as a business development manager.
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