Realtime Worlds staff form a new studio to continue work on Project MyWorld
Former executives and a handful of development staff from the collapsed Dundee studio Realtime Worlds are set to return to work on the studio's last project under the banner of a brand new developer.
The new studio, named eeGeo, is set to continue working on Project MyWorld in the next few weeks once construction is completed on their new office space in Dundee.
The new studio is headed up by Ian Hetherington, Patrick Chung and Harry Weller all of whom held directorial roles at Realtime Worlds.
A further 20 development staff from the original Project MyWorld team at Realtime Worlds have also joined eeGeo to continue their work although the studio is continuing to recruit staff.
Thanks Develop Online.
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