Lace Mamba Euro MD resigns over non-payment scandal

By Brenna Hillier, Thursday, 7 February 2013 21:31 GMT

Lace Mamba’s European managing director Jason Codd has announced his departure from the publisher. In a statement issued to GamesIndustry, Codd said that internal investigation had turned up problems with the publisher’s policies, and issued an apology to any developers affected as a result. He said a change in management would help Lace Mamba ensure “communication and relationship with developers is more open and transparent”. The news comes in the wake of accusations of non-payment from independent developer CBE Software.

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