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My.Games appoints Philippe Sauze as Head of Europe Operations | Pocket Gamer.biz

My.Games has appointed industry veteran Philippe Sauze as head of Europe.

Sauze was most recently Head of Activision Blizzard EMEA and previously worked for Electronic Arts for 15 years.

In addition, Sauze was also elected President of the French Video Game Industry Syndicate (SELL).

This is a significant new hire for My.Games as the company has appointed a European leader for the first time.

Going forward, Sauze will be responsible for strengthening its publishing center in Amsterdam and leading the company’s ongoing mission to develop its European strategy and increase its international presence.

Human-centered operations

“I am very happy to come to My.Games as Head of Europe and I am extremely motivated by the new challenge,” said Sauze.

“The company brought me on board with the central strategic goal of building up the European division and strengthening My.Games’ global position. The Amsterdam office already covers the gamut of game production – including publishing, localization and running games in the region – and it will be a great honor to build, innovate and expand on that foundation.

“The fact that My.Games is a people-centric operation with mechanisms for collaboration and knowledge sharing means that we are well positioned to grow and suit me and my work experience.”

Vasily Maguryan, CEO of My.Games, commented: “My.Games is a people-oriented company that looks to the future with great ambition – we are therefore very pleased that Philippe Sauze has come on board because it fits perfectly!

“We believe that Philippe’s leadership, relationship and business development skills will be of the utmost importance to the future direction of My.Games. He has embraced our culture of studio collaboration, agility and flexibility and understood our common goals – we are pleased to our next global steps. “

As part of its expansion strategy, My.Games recently acquired the Belarusian Hypercasual developer Mamboo Games for $ 2 million.

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