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Representatives from Infinium Labs, makers of the controversial Phantom console, have announced the hiring of three new executives, along with a new Seattle office and th...

David Jenkins, Blogger

February 10, 2004

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Representatives from Infinium Labs, makers of the controversial Phantom console, have announced the hiring of three new executives, along with a new Seattle office and the promise of an additional HQ in Los Angeles. The three new executives are Rich Skoba, executive VP for sales and business development, Ty Graham, VP of product development, and Dan Platko, VP of operations. The only one of these with a games industry background is Graham, who was a key member of the early DirectX team at Microsoft. Skoba previously worked as director of sales at Hewlett Packard, while Platko was previously head of North American global customer service for Equant, a communication service provider. The company’s new office in Seattle will house the development team, while the proposed Los Angeles office will be home to the company’s marketing and publisher relations teams. The company’s current offices are reported to be in Florida, although the registered business address was famously exposed as a post office box last year. Source: gamesindustry.biz

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