MMO Maker Turbine Jets West

Lee, Michael
October 2008
Red Herring;10/13/2009, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the opening of a new studio of massively multiplayer online (MMO) game studio Turbine in Redwood City, California. The company appointed Dave Brevik, Jeff Lind, and Matt McKnight as creative director, engineering director, and studio director, respectively. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jim Crowley said that the new studio of Turbine is an effort to reach out to the talents in the East coast.


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