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Events

MASTER CLASS : Innovating with data

MASTER CLASS : Innovating with data

February 28th 2019, from 9am to 5pm

5@8 with Yannis Mallat

5@8 with Yannis Mallat

5@8 MOSAIC

 

 

 

« Dans les coulisses d’Ubisoft »

Chat with Yannis Mallat, CEO of Ubisoft’s Canada Studios

 

 

 

Introductory Remarks :
Michel Patry, Director de HEC Montréal
Moderator :
Laurent Simon, Professor, HEC Montréal

 

Date :  Tuesday, December 11th, 2018, 5-8pm

Where : Amphithéâtre Banque Nationale, Édifice CSC, HEC Montréal

 

 

Yannis Mallat joins Ubisoft Montreal in 2000. He quickly makes his mark in the industry as the producer of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. Released in 2003, the game is a resounding critical and commercial success, and allows the Montreal studio to establish itself as one of the biggest names in the industry.  In 2006, at the age of 32, Yannis becomes CEO of the Montreal studio and is actively involved in developing a brand that would grow to be one of Ubisoft’s crown jewels: Assassin’s Creed. Under his leadership, Ubisoft Montreal is named Studio of the year at the prestigious Golden Joystick Awards (2014). It has become the largest independent video game development studio in the world, with some 3,200 employees.

Today, Yannis is CEO of Ubisoft’s Canadian studios. This studio collective, comprised of Ubisoft Montreal, Toronto, Quebec and Saguenay, is in charge of developing some of Ubisoft’s biggest brands, including Assassin’s Creed, Rainbow Six, Far Cry, Watch_Dogs and For Honor.

Yannis holds a Master’s degree in International Economic Development and Agronomy, as well as an MBA from HEC Montreal. He was devoted to rural economic development in West Africa for three years prior to his career in the video game industry.

 

To reserve, click HERE !
(Spots are limited and reservations are required)

Fees :

General Admission : 25.00 $ CA (tax included)
Students (all universities) : 10.00 $ CA (tax included) *Proof required*

 Mosaic Partners : Please contact Renée Bouchard (secretariat.mosaic@hec.ca) to book your spots

Information :
secretariat.mosaic@hec.ca
T. 514-340-1262