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Ex-Sony manager hired as 'developer advocate'

Google appoints first games boss

Former Sony Computer Entertainment America employee Mark DeLoura has been named as Google’s ‘developer advocate’ for video games, and is set to start in the new position today.

This appointment marks the first time the Google has hired somebody to a specific games development role.

DeLoura previously worked as VP of Technology for Green Screen Interactive and manager of developer relations at Sony Computer Entertainment America.

For the full story head over to casualgaming.biz.

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