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The purchase of Codemasters by Electronic Arts included changes to the structure of the UK company, but it was not expected to be so soon that the company bosses responsible for franchises such as dirtAnd the Network s F1 They left their posts to enter a new phase.
Major changes in Codemasters after EA purchase
According to a report by Gamesindustry.bizFrank Sagner and Rashid Vrachia, CEO and CFO respectively, will leave their positions at Codemasters in what was formally handled as part of the company’s restructuring plan after the EA acquisition but accelerated after the acquisition. In this sense, it has been reported that both directors will retire at the end of this month.
On the other hand, it was revealed that Codemasters and Slightly Mad, a subsidiary, will be led by Cam Weber and in the special case of the creators Project cars Ian Bell will continue as CEO.
EA recognized the work of Codemasters executives
After confirming the moves at Codemasters, EA acknowledged the work of both directors: “Since joining in 2014, Frank has led Codemasters to a position as a renowned professional and has allowed their global talent and passion for motorsports to shine and excel globally, Rashid’s financial leadership has also been integral to Codemasters’ success His contributions include leading major acquisitions, a stock market listing in 2018, and leading due diligence and integrating Codemasters into EA.»
As for the upcoming launches, it will arrive on July 13th F1 2021Delivery will be the first under EA that will debut on PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S and PC.
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