Computer Games Industry Veteran Reveals Knowledge and Insight

For immediate release

16 August 2007

Leamington Spa, UK - August 16, 2007 -- Bruce Everiss is one of the pioneers of home computing, opening one of the first ever computer stores in Liverpool in July 1979. He went on to be in charge of marketing at Imagine Software and Codemasters as startups, both of whom became the number one best selling publisher in Britain in their first year of trading. Titles such as Arcadia, Jumping Jack, Dizzy, Colin McRae Rally and Operation Flashpoint were marketed by Bruce.

Now Bruce is making his unique insight into the computer game industry available to all with regular articles at the blog website Bruce on Games http://www.bruceongames.com . Already articles deal with issues such as censorship, Web V2, games as art and the platform holders, Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft. Further articles will offer comment on news and background insight into the workings of the industry. This is essential reading for anyone involved in computer games.

Bruce is delighted at the prospects: "Computer gaming is a very dynamic business, by understanding how it works you can control your destiny better. My articles seek to provide that understanding."

Contact:

Bruce Everiss

bruce@everiss.com


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