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PERSONNEL MEET THE TEAM: NAMCO BANDAI PARTNERS


What are your responsibilities? Our responsibilities lie in strategic marketing and PR as well as the sales of popular Namco Bandai and third party distribution. The team has been responsible for launching worldwide record-breaking games releases over a number of years. We are a dedicated team focusing on creative new ideas and launching new IP as well as well-known names such as Ridge Racer, Tekken, Pac Manand Ace Combat.


What is the team’s biggest achievement? Working within a small team on so many triple-A launches. We have previously launched titles in the Narutoseries,


Peter Oliver PR Executive


Jonathon Rouse Financial Controller


Lee Kirton Marketing and PR Man. Mark Jackson National Account Man. Peter Silver National Account Man.


Blaise Rodier Product Manager


Dragon Ball, Tekken, Family Trainer, The Witcher, Test Drive Unlimitedand a huge amount of past franchises within previous companies. We have recently been working on launching the new IP Enslaved, and well- known licenses such as Pac- Man Party, Ben 10, and cult horror title Splatterhouse.


Scott Charman John Galloway VP of UK/Nordic/Benelux Marketing/PR support


What are you working on next?


Pac-Man Arcade Legend


Justine Lazenby Sales Assistant


Lauren Bradley Product Manager


Gary Coote Sales Director


David Foley Credit Control Manager


Our team is currently working on plans for new titles including Dr Kawashima’s Brain and Body Exercises for Kinect, Test Drive Unlimited 2, The Witcher 2, Ridge Racer 3DS, Inversionand the incredible Ace Combat: Assault Horizon. We are also working on a number of exciting key announcements.


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