Movie-based games developer Brash Entertainment is losing its president after its first year of operating and two releases.
Prexy Nicholas Longano, the former President and Co-founder of movie-license games developer Brash Entertainment, left the company last week, leaving his partner and Brash Chief Executive Officer Mitch Davis to fill in his role.
Longano is keeping his investment stake in the success of Brash, a possible indication that he is keeping his position on the board of directors.
In its first year, Brash produced two titles: Alvin and the Chipmunks and Jumper. Although Alvin sold a respectable 281,000 units, Jumper, which had a short development time to meet the movie's launch, only sold 16,000 in North America.
Source: Variety's Cut Scene