Round of promotions sees studio network create group 'focused solely on evaluating and raising the quality of F9E's games'

Foundation 9 wants to improve product quality

Foundation 9 Entertainment has announced a round of promotions that are designed to underline a reinvigorated attempt to raise the quality of the firm’s games.

Its current COO, David Mann, has been promoted to the position of President.

"David’s outstanding leadership skills and no-nonsense approach have led to greater performance in our studios and our business in general," commented chairman and CEO, Jon Goldman. "He’s driving our P&L and our studios’ output, and that role belongs to the position of President."

Mann co-founded Amaze Entertainment in 1996 and helped grow that company into a multi-team and project operation that acquired by F9E in 2006.

Plus, F9E is also promoting Chris Charla to vice president of business development and Jack Brummet to vice president of QA, as well as forming a new group focused solely on evaluating and raising the quality of F9E’s games.

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