Gaming Corps names games industry veteran Jean-Marc Broyer as President

Published August 4, 2015 at 06:01

Gaming Corps AB (Nasdaq: GCOR) can today announce that Jean-Marc Broyer is joining the company as President of Games.

Effective in August 2015, Mr Broyer is joining the Swedish game studio Gaming Corps, where he will be responsible for leading the game development teams and handling gaming operations. Mr Broyer will be reporting directly to CEO and co-founder Nicklas Dunham, and work alongside Gaming Corps' COO, Per Finnström.

"Jean-Marc has been a strong result oriented executive in the gaming industry for years. We look forward to benefit from his vision, expertise and his far-reaching professional network" says Nicklas Dunham.

 "At Gaming Corps, I see a fantastic opportunity to build a leading game studio, and from a strategic standpoint I believe Gaming Corps is perfectly positioned to disrupt the industry", says Jean-Marc Broyer.

Jean-Marc Broyer, who has been involved with digital game development for more than a decade at well-known publishing organizations such as Ubisoft, Electronic Arts and Warner Bros., joins Gaming Corps from Amazon Game Studios, where he's played a major part in defining and delivering their video game strategy for the past two years.

During his tenure in the gaming industry, Jean-Marc has been involved with such diverse titles as "Shadowbane", "Uru: Ages Beyond Myst", "FIFA", "Batman: Arkham City" and a number of social mobile titles from Warner Bros including "Injustice: Gods Among Us".

Gaming Corps is currently developing the adventure game "AIR", inspired by Christian Cantamessa's upcoming movie, together with Skybound Entertainment and Sony Pictures.

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