Neonga Hires Another Industry Veteran
Bryan Davies joins the Neonga Team
Bryan Davies (http://www.linkedin.com/in/bryandavies) is a long standing Public Relations professional within the Video Gaming industry. Most recently he was handling North American Public Relations for Frogster America. Before Frogster Bryan was the Global Public Relations Director for GamersFirst, an online free to play games publisher based in Irvine, CA. As the PR Director Bryan was in charge of the global PR and the management of PR Agencies. One of his main objectives was to develop a strong presence through PR in developing countries such as India, Turkey and Brazil. He has promoted many successful titles in his career such as Runes of Magic, Rome Total War Barbarian invasion, Deus Ex, Hitman, Fear Effect, Thief 1 & 2, Time Splitters, Comanche 4 and the Tomb Raider series to name a few.
Rolf Kloeppel, CEO of Neonga adds: "Bryan was first on our wish list and we are more than happy that he asked us to join. He is a superb addition to our team. We are convinced that he has the experience and skills to make Neonga and our games famous Brands in the market."
Neonga (New Online Gaming) is a newly formed games publisher headquartered in Berlin, Germany. The new company is led by the ex-Frogster and Gamigo executives Rolf Kloeppel, Benjamin Kaiser and Stefan Hinz with the intent of bringing games to the new generation of online- and mobile-gamers throughout the world.
"It's a great honor for me to become part of the Neonga Team," states Bryan Davies, head of Global PR at Neonga. "I look forward to working alongside some truly exceptional professionals to bring new and exciting games to the world."
Neonga AG is a publisher free-to-play Massively Multiplayer Online Games. These are offered for free as PC downloads, browser games, in Facebook or to be played on mobile handsets. The games are associated with "Item Shops", where players can acquire specific premium goods. The company was founded in Berlin in July 2010. The Board consists of Rolf Klöppel (CEO), Benjamin Kaiser (CTO) and Stefan Hinz (CMO).