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Ranj Vekaria joins Curve Digital as creative director

One of four new hires for the British games publisher

Ranj Vekaria joins Curve Digital as creative director

Curve Digital has revealed four new hires with eyes on expansion following a period of growth.

Ranj Vekaria has joined Curve as creative director having previously held 13 years as a creative lead at Sega.

Whilst at Sega Vekaria specialised in advertising, branding and packaging. Vekaria began her career as a creative services assistant at Midway.

Curve has appointed Rich Earl as senior marketing manager. Earl previously held varying marketing roles at Bossa Studios, Capcom, TT Games Publishing and most recently Sega.

Another Sega veteran, Bobby Wertheim is joining Curve as vice president of partnerships. Wertheim held the role of director of content at Sega for over a decade and previously worked at Sony Computer Entertainment Europe.

Finally, Jay Shin is stepping in as business development manager. Shin is the director and co-founder of indie developer Arrogant Pixel and also a lecturer at the University of West London.

Prepped for expansion

"I’m extremely pleased to welcome Ranj, Rich, Bobby and Jay to Curve Digital," commented Curve Digital CEO John Clark.

"I know first-hand the impact that Ranj, Rich and Bobby will have having worked with them before, and it’s great to be able to add Jay to the team. 2021 has been strong with titles such as The Ascent and Lawn Mowing Simulator, and I’m delighted to continue assembling such a strong team at Curve as we build for further growth."

Similarly, London-based blockchain gaming outfit Reality Gaming announced four new hires to help expand into the NFT sector.


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Aaron Orr is a freelance writer for PocketGamer.biz with a lifelong interest and passion for the games industry.

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