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Established, experience mobile gaming studio executive Jami Laes has been hired on as Rovio’s new executive vice president of games, the company announced.

“Thinking back, this was a natural next step in my career. I have always been a huge fan of Angry Birds and it has been great to see the phenomenal success that Rovio has already achieved,” said Laes. “We’ve only seen a fraction of what can be achieved with great brands like Angry Birds and Bad Piggies and I wanted to be a part of building that story.”

Laes replaces Petri Järvilehto, who co-founded Remedy Entertainment then left to join Rovio in February 2011.

“[Laes’] expertise consists of a unique combination of creative process leadership and mobile and social platform knowledge which adds great value to our team,” said Rovio CEO Mikael Hed.

Angry Birds Dev Hires New Games Division Head

By | 04/19/2013 03:00 PM PT

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Established, experience mobile gaming studio executive Jami Laes has been hired on as Rovio’s new executive vice president of games, the company announced.

“Thinking back, this was a natural next step in my career. I have always been a huge fan of Angry Birds and it has been great to see the phenomenal success that Rovio has already achieved,” said Laes. “We’ve only seen a fraction of what can be achieved with great brands like Angry Birds and Bad Piggies and I wanted to be a part of building that story.”

Laes replaces Petri Järvilehto, who co-founded Remedy Entertainment then left to join Rovio in February 2011.

“[Laes’] expertise consists of a unique combination of creative process leadership and mobile and social platform knowledge which adds great value to our team,” said Rovio CEO Mikael Hed.

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