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Part of PlayStation’s strategy under the command of Jim Ryan is to fully enter the mobile video game sector, currently the most successful and a true monster in generating income and profits. Although it is not yet known what Sony will do with its new division, the truth is that they have made sure that it takes the best possible shape and important information was recently revealed.
PlayStation builds its business for mobile gaming
According to a report from Gamesindustry.biz, PlayStation plans in the mobile sector already have a couple of very important managers. The first of them is Kris Davis, who was director and head of business development at Kabam, a company specialized in the sector and based in Canada. On the other hand, the next manager to be hired by PlayStation is Olivier Courtemanche, who comes from 6 years as director of products at Zynga, once a successful company in the mobile game business and who until a few months ago was an executive at Meta, before known as Facebook.
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These signings seek to strengthen PlayStation’s nascent mobile video game business, which will focus on Sony’s exclusive IP, as stated by Jim Ryan. So far, the commitment of the PlayStation business in the mobile sector is ignored because although it is assured that it will deal with its franchises, it cannot be defined if it will be adaptations, spin-offs or perhaps something more ambitious such as Xbox Cloud, although Sony’s limitations in terms of this technology are known.
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