Goodbye Kansas Studios opens new Los Angeles office led by former DICE staff

Goodbye Kansas Studios opens new Los Angeles office led by former DICE staff

Animation outfit Goodbye Kansas Studios has opened a fifth office in Los Angeles and hired Fredrik Löving and Tobias Dahl to head it up.

Löving will take the role of Studio Manager, VP, Executive Producer at the new studio. He joins from DICE, where he was a General Manager and was part of the time that established DICE's LA studio.

Dahl joins Goodbye Kansas as Studio Manager, VP Production at the new studio. He joins from EA where he was the Virtual Humans Director for its division SEED, following several years at DICE.

Welcome to the family

"The Goodbye Kansas group has expanded rapidly these last two years, and the demand for our VFX and Animation services has grown especially fast within the video game industry," said Peter Levin, CEO of Goodbye Kansas.

"Welcoming Tobias and Fredrik to our family therefore feels amazing, as it will further strengthen our offering towards these clients and also provide us with a very strong platform in the US."

Goodbye Kansas' investment arm recently provided funding to Swedish studio Fall Damage, which is also made up of ex-DICE staff. It is now the largest minority owner of the developer.

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