Nicholas Longano, co-founder and president of film-led US publisher Brash, has left the firm according to this Variety report.
The piece hints in rather obvious terms that things may not be going so well at the firm, with the recently-released Jumper game selling a mere 16,000 units since February.
“He wasn’t officially fired, as far as I know, but it seems safe to assume you don’t voluntarily leave a company you co-founded one year after it launched if everything’s going swimmingly,” says the author.
Brash is working on several high profile projects at the moment, including the gamer version of horror smash Saw.
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