Fri, Mar 30, 2012 | 16:52 BST
SimBin Studios CEO steps down, firm working on new free-to-play platform
Racing-sim developer SimBin Studios has announced its working on a free-to-play racing game. More details on the title are expected later in the year.
The firm has also announced its co-founder and CEO Henrik Roos has stepped down and will be replaced by KW Automotive owner Klaus Wohlfarth – the main investor and shareholder of SimBin Studios.
”It feels strange and sad to step down from my role as CEO for SimBin after 10 years of ‘marriage’ with the company,” said Roos. “It is with joy in my heart that I turn the company into the trustworthy hands of Klaus Wohlfarth and his management team. I will for sure follow and support SimBin in its future endeavors, but my family needs me and I also have new and exciting opportunities to explore.”
Roos will continue to support the company as a business consultant.
SimBin, RaceRoom and KW Automotive provide a wide product line of software and hardware products within the racing games industry.