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Former Develop online editor will be helping to grow organisation's support for devs

Rob Crossley joins Creative England as head of games

Former Develop, CVG and GameSpot editor Rob Crossley has joined Creative England as its new head of games.

Creative England is the organisation that supports and invests money into small and start-up studios across England. It has worked with the likes of Microsoft and PlayStation in supporting games and teams. 

“England carries a proud history of producing innovative, inspiring, and influential video games for more than 30 years,” said Crossley. “I could not be more delighted to join Creative England as it looks to support and collaborate with the country’s next generation of bold and brilliant games creators.

“With my experience I want to further unify Creative England with the industry, find the best undiscovered talent, and use my knowledge in publishing to help our partners break through the noise and turn heads.”

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