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New senior management for Realtime Worlds

Former Electronic Arts and NCsoft execs join APB developer

Crackdown and APB developer Realtime Worlds has appointed former Electronic Arts and NCsoft executives to senior roles.

Brian Ullrich joins the Scottish team as director of development, with more than 20 years experience at companies including EA, Nintendo, Microsoft and DMA Design.

Ex-NCsoft online director Rob Rice takes on the role of vice president of online operations, responsible for leading game operations centres, billing and customer support.

"We're delighted to have individuals of such high calibre come on board," commented David Jones, CEO of Realtime Worlds.

"Their wealth of experience will be invaluable in continuing the company's success and of achieving the ambitious goals we have for the next few years."

Realtime Worlds is currently working on All Points Bulletin, a MMO in the urban action genre.

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