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'What you’ve achieved as UKIE’s chair has been outstanding and can’t ever be over-estimated,' says Jo Twist

Andy Payne stepping down as UKIE chairman

UKIE chairman Andy Payne is stepping down from the role.

As reported by MCV, Payne leaves the UK games industry trade body after more than a decade as chairman.

Payne has a wealth of experience in the UK game industry. He was a founding partner at Just Flight, is the CEO of Mastertronic, lead partner at AppyNation and is also a partner of crowdfunding platform Gambitious.

“Andy, what you’ve achieved as UKIE’s chair has been outstanding and can’t ever be over-estimated,” said UKIE CEO Jo Twist.

“Your passion for change and for disrupting things has been nothing but a force for good. You’ve been a mentor and an absolute role model. I’m full of praise and admiration for your commitment to all you do, and long may it continue. Hopefully, this is just the start.”

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