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Asmodee Appoints Interactive Games Licensing Manager

Christian Dunn has filled the role.

Asmodee Entertainment has announced that Christian Dunn has joined the business in the role of licensing manager, interactive games. A 20-year licensing and publishing veteran of the games industry, Dunn joins Asmodee Entertainment from Games Workshop and will principally be focusing on interactive licensing opportunities across Asmodee’s game brands such as “Catan,” “Ticket to Ride,” “Dobble/Spot It!,” “Arkham Horror,” “Keyforge” and “Legend of the Five Rings.”

“Recently we made the truly exciting announcement that, together with our partners at Asmodee Digital, we are opening the doors for more of Asmodee’s amazing IPs to be available in the interactive gaming space through licensing partnerships across a wide range of exciting opportunities,” says Andy Jones, head, Asmodee Entertainment. “I am really pleased that Christian has joined the Asmodee Entertainment team as another key recruit to help us take this initiative from vision to reality. Christian brings years of experience plus an unparalleled enthusiasm for the opportunity, so it is a pleasure to welcome him aboard!”

Based at Asmodee Entertainment’s head office in the U.K., Dunn will be forging ahead with many opportunities in PC, console, mobile and VR gaming, working closely with Asmodee Entertainment’s LA-based senior vice president of business development Darren Kyman, who is focusing on developing Asmodee’s wealth of intellectual properties for TV, film and other media opportunities, and Alexander Thieme ,who has recently come on board to focus on merchandise, apparel, consumer products, publishing and other core licensing categories.

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