Eugene Evans, general manager of Bioware Mythic, a part of Electronic Arts, Inc., commented:
"Gaming has been shifting from Silicon Valley. More and more companies are looking to take advantage of the excellent gaming courses that . . . draw in talent. There are probably a dozen gaming companies in the mid-Atlantic region. This course bodes well for the future of gaming in this region. The team at GMU is putting a strong emphasis on a broad set of disciplines and instilling an entrepreneurial spirit, which could mean many new start-ups within a few years."
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