Mountain View, California-based NeoEdge Networks, creators of casual game portal MostFun have announced the appointment of former Time Warner/AOL executive Alex Terry as the company's chief executive officer.
Prior to joining NeoEdge, Terry most recently served as co-founder, vice president and general manager for AOL’s Voice Services Division. He also was the co-founder and chief operating officer of privately held telecommunications firm ThinkLink, which was acquired by Microsoft in 2001.
In his new position, NeoEdge officials note that Terry will spearhead the company's growth and expansion efforts in the ad-supported casual gaming market. The appointment follows the firm's recently announced
new game delivery network, which promises to offer unlimited play of casual games with advertisers supporting the service 'per-hour' of play.
“NeoEdge’s strong business model and innovative game and advertising delivery platform lay the foundation for building a market leader in the casual gaming industry,” commented Terry. “I look forward to growing the company by expanding NeoEdge’s relationships with top publishers and advertisers and giving consumers an unparalleled gaming experience that will keep them coming back.”