Entries in 'appointments' (44)
Capcom has made two new hires.
Rovio will lay off up to 260 staff as it aims to completely restructure the firm and reinvigorate its falling revenues.
John Smedley has left the studio formerly known as Sony Online Entertainment.
Clint Hocking isn’t the only high-profile member of Amazon Game Studios to leave the developer.
Nintendo's UK office has made a number of promotions.
Frank Gibeau, an EA veteran of nearly 25 years, has joined mobile gaming company Zynga.
There have been two new additions to event firm Multiplay's senior management team.
Auto Club Revolution developer Eutechnyx has lost more staff to its sister firm ZeroLight as the studio continues to restructure.
GamesMaster editor Joel Gregory has moved to PCGamesN.
The publisher has made some changes to its UK PR and marketing team.
Analysts believe that Genyo Takeda is the man most likely to be named as the new president of Nintendo.
The senior editor of consumer games giant GameSpot is leaving the site to join MMO developer Trion Worlds.
The CEO of Quantum Break developer Remedy Entertainment has left after 15 years with the company.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has appointed industry veteran David Miller to the newly-created role of vice president of digital games.
Godus developer 22Cans has appointed former FairPlay Media boss Simon Phillips as the company’s new CEO.
Japanese gaming firm Gree International has shut down its studio in Vancouver, Canada, laying off all staff and discontinuing development on all of the team’s projects.
Visceral Games has suffered a small number of layoffs as the studio’s focus shifts to new projects.
Industry veteran Sam Forrest has joined indie publisher Team 17 as its PR director.
Mike Capps, the former president of Unreal Engine creator Epic Games, has joined Unity Technologies.
The former chief financial officer of department chain Fraser is to take on the role of CFO at GAME Digital.
Games media giant GameSpot has promoted Rob Crossley to UK editor.
A series of job cuts has been made throughout Disney Interactive, specifically the team behind kids games platform Club Penguin.
There have been some major changes at Ubisoft’s UK PR team.
UK games industry stalwart Rod Cousens has left Codemasters and taken the job of CEO at Jagex.
Newcastle is the host of a new Ubisoft office, which opens today.