Welcome to our new and improved regular article where we round-up the week's big movers and shakers across the mobile games industry.
The focus of this semi-regular article will be to compile all of the big job appointments, departures and studio moves in one easy to read place, alongside some standouts from our own jobs board and some useful articles for those job seeking at this time.
You can also catch up with all of the job news from our previous column.
Movers and Shakers
Rovio has appointed Ben Mattes as its senior vice president for future of gaming alongside the head of brand strategy on Angry Birds.
Previously, Mattes worked for the likes of Ubisoft and Warner Bros Games Montreal, where he severed as creative director and executive producer, respectively.
Competitive mobile games platform Skillz has added Hollywood producer Jerry Bruckheimer to its board of directors.
Skillz became a publicly-traded company last year when it signed on with the New York Stock Exchange - the first esports organisation to do so.
The chief financial officer of US retailer GameStop Jim Bell has revealed he will resign from his position.
Gamestop announced that the executive is leaving his role on March 26th this year, however hasn't given any reason for his departure.
Ubisoft has hired Celine Pasula to be the new managing director of Ubisoft RedLynx from March 1st, 2021.
Before joining the French firm, Pasual was a co-founder of mobile games studio Grand Cru, where she also served as the chief financial officer.
Square Enix Montréal
Makers of the Hitman and Lara Croft GO series Square Enix Montréal has listed a number of open roles available at its headquarters in Canada. The studio's most recent release was Deus EX GO in 2016, suggesting a new game is likely on the horizon.
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