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Submitted by Electro_UK 375d ago | news

Former SEGA CEO heads to nDreams

VRFocus - Virtual reality (VR) videogame developer nDreams has announced that former SEGA CEO Mike Hayes has joined the company’s board. His addition follows the news that nDreams has been granted £250,000 GBP in funding from Hayes’ investment group, Mercia Fund Management (MFM). nDreams is currently working on VR projects for both the Oculus Rift PC and Project Morpheus PlayStation 4 headsets. (Dev, Industry, Mike Hayes, nDreams, Oculus Rift, PC, Project Morpheus, PS4)

Farsendor1  +   375d ago
big guys are leaving in droves for the smaller games and i like that, those big publishers and developers can get some new faces and the old timers can get a chance to make the games that the publishers wont support.
Agent_hitman  +   375d ago
Sir too bad you will never hear this cute voice again!.

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