Bethesda expands across Europe

Fallout 3 publisher Bethesda has opened two new offices in France and Germany.

The Paris and Frankfurt offices will oversee sales marketing in their respective countries, joining two other international offices in London and Tokyo.

ZeniMax-owned Bethesda, which has headquarters based in Marylands in the US, has also appointed two new general managers to front the offices. Frank Matzke joins as MD for Germany and Julie Chalmette as MD for France. Both previously held senior positions for Sierra and Vivendi respectively.

"The opening of offices in Frankfurt and Paris is a very exciting moment for us," said MD of Bethesda Softworks Europe Sean Brennan.

"We have an incredible roster of upcoming triple-A games including Fallout: New Vegas, Hunted: The Demon’s Forge, Brink and Rage.

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