Submitted by memots 398d ago | interview

The SimPit interviews Jay Ekkel about Simbin and Raceroom Racing Experience future.

Simbin has for a long time been a fixture of the sim racing community as the makers of some of the most recognizable racing titles ever made. GTR, GTR2, GT Legends, Race 07 and Raceroom are just some of those games. Recently Simbin has been in the news with rumors of bankruptcy, closing up shop or some form of restructuring. With that going on Shaun Cole of The Simpit was able to sit down via Skype with Jay Ekkel, the licencing manager for Simbin. They talk about the company, its past, its future and a little bit of general sim racing talk. (Dev, GTR, GTR 2, GTR Evolution, Industry, PC, Race 07, RACE: The WTCC Game, RaceRoom Racing Experience, SimBin Studios)

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memots  +   398d ago
The company is going through some restructuring there is some great insider stuff in this interview.

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