Profiling the 50 Most: Jonathan Eubanks

Jonathan Eubanks

Jonathan Eubanks is Chief Operating Officer of Music Mogul, Inc. Jonathan Eubanks has been a veteran in the video game industry for fourteen years. He has enjoyed a longstanding career in the industry, specializing in the development of multi-platform games based on popular film and television intellectual properties. He is experienced in developing a variety of games across many genres for the PC, Gameboy Advance, Nintendo 64, Playstation I and II, Dreamcast, Gamecube, and the more recently released Xbox 360, Playstation III, Nintendo Wii and DS, and Playstation Portable next generation consoles.
During his career, he has successfully developed and released over 60 titles. Among these titles, Hulk I and II, Van Helsing, Jurassic Park, Cat in the Hat, Happy Feet,
Crash Team Racing, Spyro the Dragon, Justice League Heroes, Batman Begins, Looney Toons, and The Thing are a few of the select games that have received notable media attention.
In addition to having a multitude of credits for video games tied to film and television IP, Eubanks has also worked on a more non-traditional games that involves pediatric cancer research. Serving as Executive Producer in collaboration with Hope Labs in Palo Alto has enabled the company to release their first cancer research related title, Remission, in 2004. This interactive action adventure game has benefited children with cancer by allowing them to understand their disease, for encouraging them to take their meds, and to cope with their treatment leading to varying degrees of mental and physical recovery.
Throughout Eubanks’ career, he has worked for five of the largest third party video game publishers in the industry: Activision, Universal Interactive, Vivendi Universal Games and Warner Bros Interactive. During his employment with these well recognized companies, Jonathan retained a strong track record of generating revenue in combined gross sales of games that resulted in hundreds and millions of dollars. In addition, he was able to establish solid relationships with Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo.

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