Games accelerator and incubator Execution Labs is closing its doors after four and a half years.
All existing support staff will be "moving on to new adventures of their own", according to Della Rocca. He and fellow co-founder Keith Katz will also be working on new projects, though they will still assist funded developers on a strategic level.
Learning and mentoring
"At a time when the game business has been evolving constantly, I have learned as much as I’ve mentored. I am thankful to all the teams for the amazing experiences we have shared together," wrote Della Rocca.
"And, a special thank you to all the investors, mentors, publishers and partners who believed in what we were doing and played a role in helping us succeed over the years."
It followed this up with a $6 million funding round in November 2014, which was used to invest in PewDiePie's Tuber Simulator developer Outerminds.