Jade Raymond

1975 - Today

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Jade Raymond (born 28 August 1975) is a Canadian video game creator, best known for helping create the Assassin's Creed and Watch Dogs franchises, and for building the Ubisoft Toronto and EA Motive Studios. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jade Raymond has received more than 765,758 page views. Her biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia. Jade Raymond is the 561st most popular businessperson (down from 429th in 2019), the 692nd most popular biography from Canada (down from 479th in 2019) and the 6th most popular Canadian Businessperson.

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  • 2.55

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Among businesspeople, Jade Raymond ranks 561 out of 604Before her are Jodie Marsh, Reid Hoffman, Ameera al-Taweel, Evan Spiegel, Mike Krieger, and Esther Dyson. After her are Nita Ambani, Bakary Gassama, Amy Pascal, Éric Poulat, Janus Friis, and Steve King.

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Among people born in 1975, Jade Raymond ranks 398Before her are Alex Mineiro, Jussi Jääskeläinen, Laurent Robert, Ekaterini Thanou, Bartosz Bosacki, and Ryuzo Morioka. After her are Félix Sánchez Bas, Hélio Castroneves, Anne Kremer, ZP Theart, Mortiis, and Pierre Njanka.

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Among people born in Canada, Jade Raymond ranks 692 out of 1,130Before her are Anita Sarkeesian (1983), Gina Holden (1975), Robert C. Cooper (1968), Cas Anvar (1966), Sasha Clements (1990), and Lee Aaron (1962). After her are Natasha St-Pier (1981), Geoff Ryman (1951), Autumn Phillips (1978), Glen Drover (1969), Évelyne Brochu (1983), and Tyler Labine (1978).


Among businesspeople born in Canada, Jade Raymond ranks 6Before her are Elizabeth Arden (1878), Joe Weider (1919), Guy Laliberté (1959), Samuel Cunard (1787), and Stephen Elop (1963).

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