Liverpool – 3 rd December, 2012 Playrise Digital Ltd, today announced the appointment of long serving videogames industry PR, Sam Brace to the position of Head of PR & Marketing.

Playrise Digital, is an independent videogames development studio based in Liverpool, UK headed up by Nick Burcombe co-creator of PlayStation’s classic ‘Wipeout’ series. The team at Playrise is currently working on a number of console-quality titles for iOS and Android mobile platforms including Table Top Racing, a miniaturised combat-racer game from the Micro Machines and Mario Kart canon, due for release early 2013.

We’re thrilled to welcome Sam Brace to the Playrise team and feel lucky to have such a well connected and respected member of the videogames industry working with us” commented Nick Burcombe, CEO of Playrise Digital Ltd. “ This appointment will undoubtedly help bring our games to market in the strongest possible shape and we look forward to building our brands with Sam guiding the marketing ship

I’m so excited to be a part of an independent studio and am looking forward to helping Playrise titles reach the widest possible audience.” said Sam Brace, Head of PR & Marketing at Playrise. “ I’ve worked on a number of mobile campaigns as a freelancer and am relishing the chance to take my career to the next level in the digital space, the fastest growing sector of the videogames market.

About Playrise Digital Ltd.

Playrise Digital Ltd, is an independent videogame development studio based in Liverpool, UK. Founded in 2012, the company develops console-quality videogame’s for handheld and digital platforms. The company’s first two games, Table Top Racing, a miniaturised combat-racer, and Baby Nom Nom, a unique physics-based puzzle game, will be launched in early 2013.


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