Castle at a BAFTA event in Los Angeles in July 2011.
Louis Castle is an American video games designer.
Castle co-founded Westwood Studios with Brett Sperry in 1985. Castle remained with Westwood when it was bought by Electronic Arts in 1998 and he was a vice president and General Manager of EA's Blueprint Studio. He was given the second annual Lifetime Achievement Award by the Computer Game Developers Association at the Spotlight Awards in 1999. From 2003 to June 2009, Castle was Vice President of Creative Development at the Los Angeles studio of Electronic Arts. On July 15, 2009, it was announced that Castle would join InstantAction as the new CEO of GarageGames. After InstantAction was shut down in November 2010, Castle went on to become Senior Advisor for Premium FanPage in January 2011, and later joined Zynga as VP of Studios.
Castle lives in Las Vegas, Nevada with his family.
- Westwood co-founder Louis Castle leaves for InstantAction
- Hayes, Trevor (October 30, 2000). "Computer games: They got game", Las Vegas Review-Journal, p. D1.
- EA Blueprint Studio Head Neil Young Departs Company
- Forbes profile
- Lou Castle to Head Up InstantAction as New CEO
- GamerLiveTV interview, Louis Castle joins team Xiha
- Former head of InstantAction joins Zynga as VP of Studios
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