Google recruits Jade Raymond for his video game division

The co-creator of Assassin’s Creed recruited at Google! Via a simple message on Twitter, the news was stale. Jade Raymond is leaving Ubisoft to take the lead of the video game section of Google which is expanding.

The young woman was quick to tweet yesterday: “I am delighted to finally share the fact that I joined Google as VP” The equivalent of the department director. Jade Raymond, a 43-year-old Canadian known for her talents as a video game producer at Ubisoft for more than 10 years, is now attracting the internet giant and joining the US company Google as a department director.

This talented Quebecker is the producer of Sims Online as well as the saga Assassin’s Creed, the famous adventure video game, and many other projects like Assassin’s Creed Bloodlines and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Watch Dogs.

Will Jade Raymond be the one to launch the Google Stream project?

Google had already announced its arrival in the video game last year by proposing a brand new idea that was a great success. Indeed, Google opts, not on a new game console as there are many, but on streaming video game called ” Cloud Gaming “. This innovative concept will allow you to play on any connected screen. The American company will announce the progress of the Stream project on Tuesday, March 19, 2019, at the famous Game Developers Conference (GDC), now alongside Jade Raymond.

No doubt with his knowledge and experience, Google goes on a good foundation. In addition, the American giant is on a good foundation in its project video game. Indeed, this weekend a patent filed by the firm has leaked. Design concepts designed for the service stamped “G” have appeared on the web. It remains to be seen if the test will be transformed.

Perhaps the idea that will revolutionize the video game industry?