President and co-founder of Brash Entertainment Nicholas Longano has left the company, according to reports.
The company raised USD 400 million last year to fund development of games based on movie, television and music properties.
Longano founded Brash with Mitch Davies, and prior to setting up the company the pair worked together at ad firm Massive Inc before selling it to Microsoft.
According to Variety, Brash's title based on the movie Jumper has only sold a poor 16,000 units in the US since release in February.
The company has seen better success with Alvin and the Chipmunks, it's only other release, which sold 281,000 copies in North America.