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Eurogamer promotes Bramwell to operations role

Former editor to oversee all websites and tech as Loman focuses on external development

The Eurogamer Network has announced the promotion of Tom Bramwell to the newly-created role of operations director.

Bramwell, who is in his eleventh year of service with the company, moves up from the editor position on Eurogamer.net to oversee all of the company's websites, including GamesIndustry.biz and Megaton.co.uk, as well as the technology department.

The move allows managing director Rupert Loman to focus on the external development of the company, including the newly-acquired US business, commercial development, partner websites and new product development.

"As our longest standing employee, and one who has proven time and again to lead by example and rise to the challenge, we are delighted that Tom will be taking on this new role," said Loman of the move. "He has the respect of everyone within the company and will help drive things on as we continue to grow."

And Bramwell added: "Every day I'm inspired by the integrity, creativity and ambition of the people I work with, and I know together we can achieve the goals we've set ourselves for 2011 and then some. Eleven more years would suit me just fine."

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Latest comments (18)

Joe Martin Journalism 5 years ago
Congratulations, Tom!
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Richard Horne Content Manager/Developer 5 years ago
And rightly so. Well done Mugwum!
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Dan Pearson European Editor, GamesIndustry.biz5 years ago
I, for one, welcome our new Bramwellian overlord. Congrats, Tom - very much deserved.
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Rich Sturgess Business Development Director - EMEA, Marmalade5 years ago
Great news, congrats Tom.
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Alec Meer Director, Rock, Paper, Shotgun Ltd5 years ago
Excellent news.
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Andy Wingrave Ad Trafficker, Gamer Network5 years ago
Congrats Tom!

Edited 1 times. Last edit by Andy Wingrave on 8th March 2011 10:36am

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Chris Buckley Global Sales Manager, GamesIndustry.biz5 years ago
Nice. Deserved. That guy.
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Marcin Kawa Producer, GameLoft5 years ago
Congrats, Tom!
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Gareth Williams Account Manager, Premier PR5 years ago
BOOM!
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Fran Mulhern , Recruit3D5 years ago
Well done Tom! And well done Rupert, too - you, and your team, really are going from strength to strength.

Awesome job.
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James Brightman Editor in Chief, GamesIndustry.biz5 years ago
Congrats Tom!
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Darran Jones Editor, Imagine Publishing5 years ago
Congratulations Tom. Well done :)
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Sameer Desai Journalist 5 years ago
Congrats Tom!

But does this mean you won't be reviewing Pro Evo from now on? Yours is the only review I trust.
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Wayne Gibson UK Marketing Manager for GameKrib.com 5 years ago
Congrats Tom, good luck in the new position.
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James Fain Direct Business Consultant, Exponential E5 years ago
Congratulations Tom! You are the man who I need to speak to.
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Mark Androvich Manager, PlayStation Network Advertising, Sony Computer Entertainment America5 years ago
Congrats, Tom! Well-deserved, I'm sure, but I hope this doesn't mean you'll no longer be writing. Please grant us the pleasure of reading a few of your reviews from time to time.
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Roxana Etemad PR Manager, Square Enix5 years ago
Awesome news! Many congratulations!
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Terence Gage Freelance writer 5 years ago
Congratulations Tom, and Rupert and the whole team as well. I echo Fran's sentiments; the EG network really does seem to be going from strength to strength.

Also, if you now need an editor for the EG site proper I'll have to check my availability, but I can probably stand in. :)
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