Creative Artists Agency thought to be losing its star talent rep

Hollywood dev agent Blackley ‘to open game studio’

Seamus Blackley, likely the game industry’s most famous talent agent, is said to be quitting his job to establish a new studio.

Blackley has represented the likes of Ken Levine, Insomniac Games and Respawn Entertainment during his eight-year spell at Hollywood firm Creative Artists Agency.

The experienced industry professional “plans to launch a production company to develop new games” according to a Variety news article.

He is also well known for pushing through Harmonix’s multimillion-dollar sale to Viacom, and in earlier years for his work on the original Xbox.

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