Studio announces work on 'free-to-play game platform'

SimBin CEO steps down

The CEO of Sweden based racing specialist SimBin is to step down as the studio looks to broaden its reach with a free-to-play project.

Henrik Roos (pictured), who co-founded the studio in 2003, said “it feels strange and sad to step down from my role as CEO for SimBin after 10 years of marriage with the company”.

“My family needs me and I also have new and exciting opportunities to explore,” he added.

Klaus Wohlfarth will step in as CEO.

The studio revealed it is working on a “free-to-play game platform”, though details have not yet been disclosed.

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