Relic co-founder declines to comment on sudden departure

Ron Moravek quits Nexon XP

Ron Moravek has left Nexon XP after two years at the company.

The Relic co-founder joined the publisher in 2013 to head its live game operations at Nexon America. In September last year he was given the role of SVP for new games and emerging markets, where he was responsible for striking partnerships with Western developers working on new games.

But as reported by Gamesbeat, despite signing deals with the likes of Splash Damage and Boss Key to publish their titles Dirty Bomb and Project Bluestreak, Moravek has now left the firm.

He declined to comment on his departure.

Prior to his time at Nexon, Moravek worked at EA as VP and COO, at THQ as VP and GM and at Relic as COO.

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