Co-founder of Austin studio hands management to Matthew Bromberg

Greg Zeschuk still at BioWare, no longer GM

An earlier rumor suggesting that Greg Zeschuk had resigned his position as general manager at Bioware Austin has proved true, though he remains an employee of the Star Wars: The Old Republic developer.

Zeschuk was a co-founder of the studio, but has handed the reins of management over to Matthew Bromberg.

"With regard to BioWare Austin, I handed off the leadership of the studio to Matthew Bromberg quite some time ago (back in May),” he told Gamasutra.

“Ray Muzyka and I picked Matthew to take over and he’s been doing a great job with the studio."

Though still an employee at Austin, Zeschuk says it was only a matter of time before he left.

"My time in Austin was always planned to have a finite endpoint (my family was still living in Edmonton throughout my time in Austin) and now that I’ve handed the baton to Matt, I will be able to spend more time on a wider range of BioWare games rather than focusing on just one as I did with SWTOR."

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