Gamigo founder Ralf Kloeppel has confirmed that he has now joined Neonga, the company set up by his brother Rolf.
Neonga was established last year as a free-to-play publisher in the German market by ex-Gamigo and Frogster executives Rolf Kloeppel, Benjamin Kaiser, Stefan Hinz, Bjoern Koschin and Markus Melching.
"In the past years, I have worked very closely and successfully together with Ralf. I am looking forward to him helping us continue Neonga's success. I cannot imagine anyone better for this position," offered Koschin, chief administrative officer.
The hire comes only a few months after Rolf Kloppel told GamesIndustry.biz that there were no plans to hire his brother or Bjoern Koschin to the start-up after they were dismissed by Gameforge, which acquired Frogster last year.