Jagex, the Cambridge UK developer and publisher of living games, has strengthened the studio development group as it prepares to roll out a spectacular but RS gold as yet unidentified new game. The hires will induce the tech company’s blueprint to keep growing the ￡1 billion RuneScape franchise and construct new game adventures. Even with the coronavirus scenario that is current, 2020 is poised to become yet another year of significant investment in recruitment, the Cambridge Science Park firm says.
Jesse America was appointed executive producer of an action role-playing game that was online. Jesse has more than 18 years of expertise in RuneScape industry, from prototyping to live match operations working across various facets of game development. Jagex is joined by him from Activision Blizzard King, in which he held Call of Duty Mobile and senior generation characters working across the Chocolate Crush Saga Franchise. Mario Rizzo has joined as executive producer of an massive multiplayer online game. He has been growing MMORPGs having started his career working as a manufacturer on Star Wars Galaxies & the EverQuest series in Sony.
Mario was responsible for the publishing of Games as a Service at Digital Arts and Ubisoft. He directed the firm as CEO and most recently co-founded Artisan Studios. Jendrik Posche joins as executive producer with over three decades of experience in production and technology. At Jagex, Jendrik will be working across the studio to help guide and support complicated technical endeavors, ensuring features are created in-line with the business and the goals of team and that the service keeps growing.
Every one of them brings a wealth of business expertise to enormous leadership experience and the role in the supervision of development teams which discharge products that are industry-leading. “They’ll play an essential part in the continuous growth of Jagex by building and expanding the RuneScape Franchise as well as the technologies which makes them great, while creating exciting new games which build upon our portfolio of living games.”
CEO Phil Mansell added:”Through this unprecedented pandemic, we recognise the importance of investing in exceptional ability and we plan to continue to build our talent pool during 2020. “Jesse, Mario and Jendrik have joined the leadership responsible for lively, dedicated and talented development teams, and I could not be more excited to see the foundations laid for the upcoming exciting chapters in Jagex’s narrative”
Jagex’s flagship MMORPG, RuneScape, is a 1bn lifetime earnings franchise and has welcomed to its world over 270 million participant accounts. Now the company to buy RuneScape gold safe is expanding its portfolio with fresh franchise titles and new IP. Jagex employs over 320 people at its Cambridge headquarters also is a part of Fukong Interactive Entertainment, a games group listed in China.