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Friday, 25 October 2013 06:59

Kelly joins Ouya as free-to-play expert

Written by David Stellmack

A veteran presence could be helpful to the company

Free-to-play industry veteran Tadhg Kelly formally of Jawfish will join Ouya as its new free-to-play expert. The move could be surprising to some, but the veteran will be able to leverage his leadership experience to work on helping Ouya get its act together.

In his blog Kelly suggests that the decision to leave Jawfish and the multiplayer mobile space was easier given that the space has become so hard to crack without significant funding. Escalating costs has become a major issue , but the good news is that he has a lot of problems to work on at Ouya.

Read more here.

 

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