Edward Rotberg has a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering: Computer Engineering from the University of Michigan.
Ed has 30 years of experience in the video game industry having been directly involved in the development of over thirty (30) commercial video games. He has worked on a wide variety of game platforms including coin-operated arcade games, console game systems, PC games, location based entertainment systems, online web-based entertainment, and mobile platforms.
He has been invited to participate on many panels of game designers at a variety of industry conferences including the Game Developers Conference. He has also been interviewed numerous times for books, magazines, and video documentaries on the history of video games and the industry and was a contributor to the “Game Development Essentials” book series.
He is a member of the invitation-only group BOSSLEVEL, which consists of the world’s top 100 game developers as well as being a charter member of the International Game Developers Association, the premier association of its kind, since 1994. He received the Lifetime Achievement in Video Games award from the Classic Gaming Expo in 2004.