Gary Dale joins Realtime Worlds as CEO

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 27 April 2009 14:26 GMT

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Realtime Worlds has confirmed that Gary Dale has joined the developer as CEO.

Ex-SCEE boss David Reeves was heavily tipped for the job when he stood down from his Sony role earlier this month.

Dale was previously Euro MD for Capcom.

“Having worked with Gary earlier in his career at BMG Interactive, I am deeply impressed with his management style and profound understanding of the entertainment business,” said David Jones, co-founder and creative director, Realtime Worlds.

“As RTW transitions from being a traditional developer to an online publisher I could not be happier that Gary will lead us through this exciting phase of our growth. His years of experience at companies such as Capcom and Take-Two will prove invaluable in ensuring we meet our goals of becoming a world leading next-generation online publisher. My focus going forward will be on ensuring we continue to deliver quality innovative experiences as with our debut title, Crackdown.”

There’s a press release here.

Thanks, deftangel.

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