Martin Tremblay serves as President, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, a position he assumed in July 2008.
In this post, Tremblay oversees publishing, marketing, sales and distribution, licensing and business development of the Studio’s interactive entertainment product. He also serves as a key member of the team that sets the long-term direction of the Studio’s worldwide interactive entertainment strategy.
Warner Bros. Entertainment publishes games worldwide through Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (WBIE), with production, distribution, sales and marketing of both internally developed and third-party game titles. The company began the expansion of its videogame development capabilities in 2004 by acquiring Monolith Productions; in 2007 it acquired U.K.-based TT Games (the company behind the LEGO games franchise). During Tremblay’s presidency, the company acquired Snowblind Studios, and select Midway Games studios and properties in 2009. In 2010, the company acquired a majority stake in Rocksteady Studios, opened development studios in Montreal and acquired Turbine, a leading online gaming studio.
In 2011, WBIE successfully launched the hit fighting game Mortal Kombat and the critically acclaimed, top selling Batman: Arkham City. Current titles under Tremblay include LEGO Batman 2: DC Superheroes, LEGO The Lord of the Rings and LEGO Marvel Super Heroes.
Tremblay joined WBIE from Vivendi Games, where he served as President Worldwide Studios since 2006. Under his leadership, Vivendi released acclaimed titles such as Scarface: The World is Yours, F.E.A.R. on consoles, World in Conflict, and the Crash and Spyro series. Whether it was developing games from scratch or growing the Sierra business, his leadership helped establish Vivendi as one of the most important games publishers in the business today.
Prior to joining Vivendi, Tremblay was President and Chief Operating Officer for Ubisoft Montreal. He helped transform Ubisoft into the second largest games development studio in the industry. During his tenure, Ubisoft Montreal studios released some of the most established videogames franchises in the industry with Splinter Cell, Rainbow Six and Prince of Persia.
Before Ubisoft, Tremblay spent time in an entrepreneurial environment, working for a family owned company for 10 years. He is on the board of directors of the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences. He has also served on the boards for the Montreal Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and the French Chamber of Commerce in Canada. In addition, he is a member of the Young President’s Organization (YPO).
He has a degree in Business Administration from the Université Laval à Québec and a Master's in Business Administration (MBA) from Université de Sherbrooke.