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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has opened a new studio in San Francisco designed to focus on “high-quality, free-to-play, mobile, social, and browser-based games.”

Greg Ballard, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s senior vice president of digital games, will head up WB Games San Francisco.

“San Francisco is a hotbed of local talent and convenient access to major partners, and this will help us achieve our goal to bring our top entertainment and gaming brands, as well as original IP, to multiple mobile, social and emerging platforms,” said Ballard.

Warner Bros. to Open San Francisco Studio Focusing on Mobile and Free-to-Play Games

By Chris Holzworth | 03/23/2013 11:28 AM PT

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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has opened a new studio in San Francisco designed to focus on “high-quality, free-to-play, mobile, social, and browser-based games.”

Greg Ballard, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s senior vice president of digital games, will head up WB Games San Francisco.

“San Francisco is a hotbed of local talent and convenient access to major partners, and this will help us achieve our goal to bring our top entertainment and gaming brands, as well as original IP, to multiple mobile, social and emerging platforms,” said Ballard.

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