WWE Senior Vice President, Programming and Media Operations, Craig Tello announced he has taken a new position at Electronic Arts (EA).

Tello made the announcement on his LinkedIn page. Tello had been with WWE for nearly 15 years, starting as a creative writer for the company in November 2005. As Senior VP, Programming and Media Operation, Tello helped program content on the WWE Network and more.

He gave the following announcement on his page:

Days left in this year of infamy and I’m focused not just on a new “chapter,” but a whole new “book” in 2021. I am elated to share that I have joined Electronic Arts (EA) as its new head of marcom & content strategy within competitive gaming.

Very, very grateful to be nestled within a senior leadership team filled to the brim with progressive, bright innovators. #newyear #esports #gaming #announcement

Tello lists his last month as working for WWE as September 2020.

Tello is perhaps best known for co-writing Daniel Bryan's autobiography Yes: My Improbable Journey to the Main Event of WrestleMania.

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