Paradox Interactive Hires Former Battlefield Producer

Paradox Interactive announced today that Gordon Van Dyke, former DICE (Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment) Battlefield Franchise Producer, has joined the production team at Paradox Interactive AB as a Senior Producer. Van Dyke will be charged with leading the production of the online titles and developing new IP.

“Gordon brings a great amount of experience from working on the Battlefield series and Visceral. We are thrilled to welcome him to Paradox. Over the past couple of years we have been one of the fastest growing companies in the industry and Gordon will play a key role in our continued growth,” said Fredrik Wester, CEO of Paradox Interactive.

“I’m very excited to join the production team here at Paradox. Some really fortunate events led me to this amazing opportunity to work on projects that really speak to my inner gamer. I know it’s going to be an incredible journey and can’t wait to start right away on inspiring projects like Salem, Gettysburg: Armored Warfare, and Project Postman,” Gordon Van Dyke commented.

Gordon Van Dyke and the rest of Paradox Interactive will be at E3, West Hall booth #4032, to showcase a selection of their upcoming portfolio. Please contact the PR department for a scheduled demo or interview request.

About Paradox Interactive
Since 1999, Paradox Interactive has been a leading global developer and publisher of PC-based strategy games. World-renowned for its strategy catalog, the company holds a particularly strong presence in the United States and Europe. Its steadily-growing portfolio includes firmly established PC franchises such as the critically acclaimed Europa Universalis, Crusader Kings, Victoria and the Hearts of Iron series, as well as now encompassing titles on other platforms such as Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West released in 2010 on PlayStation®Network for the PlayStation®3 and the forthcoming Defenders of Ardania on iPad as well as PC. 2011 will be Paradox Interactive’s most ambitious line-up of titles to date with such anticipated releases as King Arthur II and Sword of the Stars II. It is also expanding its presence in the free-to-play arena through Paradox Connect.

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