Ainsworth Game Technology announced the resignation of Scott Clarebrough, group general manager of strategy and development.
“During his time at Ainsworth, Scott has provided impressive leadership, guidance and training to a now well established team of game designers and product development engineers,” said CEO Danny Gladstone.
“On behalf of the Board we thank Scott for his contribution to Ainsworth and we wish him and his family well.”
Ainsworth plans to broaden the management across the product development division with a number of key game designers having recently been recruited, the company said.
“The development and planning to further strengthen Ainsworth’s proposed US based creative team will assist the Company to build a sustainable, profitable and growing business in the large American markets,” said the company.
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