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Frogster appoints new management

Three new VPs to take charge of troubled publisher

Frogster's board has appointed new management, with Seth Iorio, Dominic Scheve and Daniel Ullrich all being given managing director roles as well as vice presidencies.

Iorio will take over technical and customer-focused duties, Scheve will be overseeing finance, human resources, legal affairs, and the administration department, while Ullrich is now in charge of product management, marketing, product PR, graphics and web design, as well as quality assurance and game improvement.

Scheve and Ullrich have been working for Frogster in executive capacities already, but Iorio had previously worked for the new Frogster major shareholder, GameForge.

The appointments mark the end of a period of some turbulence for the company, which saw many of its executives leave when the GameForge acquisition was going through.

Many of those executives have now begun working for new start-up Neonga.

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