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Top Game Recruiting Firm Adds Senior Member to Team

GameRecruiter.com Expands Operations in U.S.

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Wednesday, February 7, 2007---Fort Lauderdale, FL---GameRecruiter.com announced today the addition of recruiting consultant Mark Cartwright to their world-class team of game industry recruiters. Cartwright brings a solid mix of game development and human resources experience to the table, providing GameRecruiter.com with an increased arsenal of resources and ability to pinpoint highly desirable candidates for their diverse clientele.

With headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and satellite offices in Austin, Chicago, Las Vegas and San Francisco, GameRecruiter.com is positioned to expertly support the hiring needs of an international clientele. With nearly 20 years of experience in representing top clients, the company is well-known for its capability to handle assignments in a wide range of game industry disciplines at all department levels.

Cartwright is contributing more than 15 years of hands-on games industry experience to his new role at GameRecruiter.com, with the bulk of his tenure spent at LucasArts and Eidos in San Francisco, CA, including roles as Head of Level Design, QA Manager and Manager of Customer Service Operations. While at these firms, Cartwright was responsible for the hiring and management of key development personnel, including lead designers, artists and other critical production staff.

With his extensive knowledge in human resources processes, including strategic staff management performance evaluations, dispute resolution and career development, Cartwright has established a sterling reputation for providing superior project leadership and team-building, as well as expertise in resolving performance problems, negotiating staffing solutions and creating compromises for projects competing for resources.

Marc Mencher, CEO and co-founder of GameRecruiter.com offers, "Our mission is to provide the best possible talent for the recruiting needs of our clients, while adhering to high ethical standards and an extremely demanding code of integrity, objectivity and confidentiality. Mark not only represents these values at their core, but he also brings to GameRecruiter.com an abundance of business intelligence and experience that is unmatched in game industry recruiting. Add to this, his access to a vast network of qualified candidates is remarkable."

Mark Cartwright adds, "I'm excited to join the highly successful team at GameRecruiter.com. It provides me with a unique opportunity to utilize my team-building expertise, as well as demonstrate to our clients the value of working with developer-oriented recruiters who can most effectively serve the complex hiring needs of game companies. My combined background as a staffing specialist and developer enable me to understand key staffing issues and identify the right talent for the job."

About GameRecruiter

www.gamerecruiter.com

GameRecruiter.com is comprised of a multitude of professionals who know the industry players and understand the hiring process. GameRecruiter.com offers unparalleled experience and professionalism for both candidates looking for a job opportunity and employers seeking the industry's leading talent. GameRecruiter.com develops long-term relationships with key industry players and represents top industry talent with integrity and respect. With a 19-year history of recruitment focused exclusively in games, GameRecruiter.com has formed the most extensive contact network of top-notch talent and serves all the major industry players.

For more details regarding GameRecruiter.com, contact Howard Taule at press@gamerecruiter.com or (866) 358-GAME, extension 101, or visit www.gamerecruiter.com for more information.

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