Reto-Moto (Heroes & Generals) Appoints New CEO to Accelerate Growth Plan

Reto-Moto (Heroes & Generals) Appoints New CEO to Accelerate Growth Plan

Copenhagen – Effective in August 2017, Jean-Marc Broyer is appointed new CEO for the fast growing Danish game studio Reto-Moto, behind the WW2 PC game Heroes & Generals and formed by the founders of the Hitman series. Martin Pollas is stepping down as CEO, but will continue to contribute to Reto-Moto’s success.

Before his appointment to Reto-Moto, Jean-Marc Broyer was leading development and gaming operations at Swedish game studio Gaming Corps. Jean-Marc has been involved with digital game development for two decades and has worked with leading developers and publishing organisations such as Amazon Game Studios, Ubisoft, Electronic Arts and Warner Bros.

Jean-Marc has been involved with such diverse titles as ”Shadowbane”, ”Uru: Ages Beyond Myst”, ”FIFA”, ”Batman: Arkham City” and a number of social mobile titles from Warner Bros including ”Injustice: Gods Among Us”, to name a few.

Reto-Moto (Heroes & Generals) Appoints New CEO to Accelerate Growth Plan

 

”We are proud to present Jean-Marc as the CEO to take Reto-Moto to its next phase, after the successful launch of Heroes & Generals last year. Heroes & Generals is expanding internationally and the vast majority of the millions of registered players are from outside Scandinavia. Jean-Marc has the experience and profile we need for the continued growth of our company and game,” says chairman of the board at Reto-Moto, Michael Vad.

Jean-Marc Broyer adds:

“Reto-Moto has great potential, and I am honored to be given the opportunity to lead the company into the next phase of its expansion. I am looking very much forward to working with the team. We will strive to always put the players first, as one team. With a relentless focus on our players and a drive to challenge ourselves and take bold decisions, there is no limit to greatness.”

Heroes & Generals is available for free at HeroesAndGenerals.com.

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