MUMBAI: Warner Bros. Digital Distribution and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have named Jeff Junge as senior vice president, online games and digital games platforms.
He will dually report to Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment president Martin Tremblay and Warner Bros. Digital Distribution president Thomas Gewecke.
In this newly created post, Junge is charged with driving the growth of Warner Bros.’ digital games business. As senior vice president, Online Games and Digital Games Platforms, Junge will oversee Turbine and will be responsible for the Company’s digital games business. He will also continue to oversee the integration of TT Games, which the Studio acquired in 2007. Beyond games, Junge will work to expand and leverage Turbine’s robust digital publishing and community platforms across all of the Studio’s home entertainment businesses.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group president Kevin Tsujihara said, “Jeff has orchestrated numerous high profile acquisitions and has a deep understanding of digital platforms and games, which are key priorities for the Studio. This newly created position reflects the natural evolution of Jeff’s role in the organization as we further expand our digital presence in the games space.”