Playfish EU GM quits for venture capitalist firm

By Johnny Cullen, Tuesday, 31 January 2012 08:09 GMT

Playfish’s European GM John Earner has quit his role and left the company, according to reports. Earner, who was VP of product management when EA took over PlayFish in 2009, is said by Tech Crunch to be joining venture capitalist firm Accel Partners. The latest departure is numbered to be the tenth EA exec that has left the publisher in the past year, Develop has said.

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