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Eurogamer Network appoints Ingham as chairman

Eurogamer Network, publisher of <i>GamesIndustry.biz</i> and <i>Eurogamer.net</i>, has appointed Greg Ingham as chairman.

Eurogamer Network, publisher of GamesIndustry.biz and Eurogamer.net, has appointed Greg Ingham as chairman.

Ingham has spent the last six months in the role of strategic advisor, and he is taking the newly created position as the company looks to further expand its online offering.

"We have ambitious long-term plans for Eurogamer. We're in a strong position with both our consumer and trade websites and Greg's experience will be really helpful to aid our growth," commented Rupert Loman, MD of Eurogamer.

The move comes after the successful launch of social networking site Eurogamers and expansions into Germany (Eurogamer.de) and France (Eurogamer.fr).

"I've been impressed for a long time with Eurogamer," Ingham said. "Having had a thorough look-see at the company as an advisor in the past few months, I'm yet more impressed. I'm convinced that it has a compelling growth story.

"It's a clever business that has remained true to its editorial roots — and that is what has underpinned its increasing international success. High quality, cut-through editorial backed by increasing, market-leading scale is an attractive proposition," he added.

Before joining Eurogamer, Ingham was CEO of magazine specialist Future Publishing. He is also chair of the DTI Games Forum and a trustee of games industry charity ESC.

Eurogamer.net has an ABCE-audited readership of more than 1.3 million unique users per month.

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