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Sproing adds new development talent

Lukas Kugler and Barbara Shulz join Austria's largest studio

Vienna-based developer Sproing has announced that it has appointed two key staff members to its team - Lukas Kugler and Barbara Shulz - both of whom come from DTP.

Kugler, who has joined as head of production, previously enjoyed stints at Virgin Interactive and Radon Labs, while Shulz will fill the role of project manager, and formerly worked at bhv Software.

"Lukas and Barbara further strengthen our production team and are real assets as we continue to grow to handle the increasing project flow," said Harald Riegler, CEO of Sproing. "Their valuable experience inside a publishing organisation also gives us the ability to gain a different perspective on projects which enables us to continue to tune our internal processes."

Sproing is Austria's largest development studio, and recently contributed to Deep Silver's Cursed Mountain Wii title. An interview with Riegler will be published on GamesIndustry.biz in the near future.

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