ITVS GE Appoints Digital Games VP

ITV Studios Global Entertainment has appointed David Miller to the newly created role of vice president of digital games.

April 6, 2018

ITVS GE Appoints Digital Games VP

Reporting to Steve Green, executive vice president, kids’ content and distribution, Miller will be tasked with growing the reach of ITVS GE’s children’s brands in the digital games marketplace, with a particular focus on “Thunderbirds Are Go.” He will be looking to expand ITVS GE’s network by evaluating opportunities and reaching out to new partners, with the aim of developing games across a range of platforms.

“David has vast experience of games development, marketing and distribution across all areas of the global digital games market,” says Green. “This is a critical sector for ‘Thunderbirds Are Go’ and David’s expertise will prove essential as we look to establish relationships in non-linear content and gaming.”

Miller has more than 15 years experience in the video games sector. Prior to joining ITVS GE, he was a marketing and new business consultant for Indigo Pearl

U.K., a public relations and marketing agency specializing in the games and technology sectors. Before this, Miller held senior marketing roles at a range of games studios and digital companies including senior marketing manager for Bossa Studios, marketing director for Namco Bandai Partners and European marketing director for Capcom.

“It feels like quite a honor to be charged with bringing incredible properties like 'Thunderbirds Are Go' to the games universe,” says Miller. “I'm looking forward to working with talented developers that share the passion for this beloved show and I am delighted to be joining ITVS GE as it goes from strength to strength as a distributor of premium content.”

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