MCV Jobs Weekly: nDreams bolsters its teams

There are six new hires at the VR firm’s publishing arm and Let’s Play Video Games emerges from Destructoid UK’s ashes.

nDreams strengthensits teams

The British VR developer and publisher has announced a big round of hiring, with 13 new members joining its development and publishing teams.

The publishing arm now includes Nadine Oehmcke, who joins from Dovetail Games as digital distribution manager.

IT manager Andrew Lowry also joins the team after six years at Lionhead.

Clockwise from top left: Oehmcke, Lowry,
Brammall, Brooks, Bancroft-Jones and Stewart.

Meanwhile, former commercial services coordinator at UKIE Jenny Brammall has been hired as associate community manager.

Natalie Stewart is the company’s new marketing assistant, while Neil Bancroft-Jones has been appointed as finance manager.

Lastly, Megan Brooks is the new finance & office assistant.

VP of publishing David Corless stated: Growing our publishing department is integral to the overall growth of nDreams and will bolster our capabilities both for our own self-publishing efforts, as well as the partnerships we’re pursuing with external VR development teams.”

Let’s Play Video Games emerges from Destructoid UK’s ashes

The team behind Destructoid UK has been disbanded, with editor Laura Dale (right) and writers Joe Parlock (not pictured) and Vikki Blake (far right) departing the website.

Dale explained the situation on her Patreon page: Our team being dismantled is apparently nothing to do with content quality or viewership of content, and due to seasonal financials and our team of three being the most recent additions to the salary payroll.”

Since the announcement, Dale has successfully launched a funding campaign in order to keep working with her team on a new website, named Let’s Play Video Games.

”The aim with is to as effectively as possible transfer the work we were doing at Destructoid UK, add in more collaborative content, and have more room for expansion in areas we are personally interested in,” she told MCV.

The website is currently under development.

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