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  London Games Studio Hutch Brings in talent from Ubisoft, PlayStation, and Paladin Studios!
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01/16/2019
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

London, 16th January 2019 – Hutch have announced the addition of three new hires to their London based mobile gaming studio. Arturo Bonetti, a Customer Support Specialist following a career as an LSP - including work for PlayStation, Theodore Tegos, a Senior Engineer from Paladin Studios, and Peter Pearson, a Senior Engineer from Ubisoft!

 

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Arturo Bonetti - Customer Support Specialist

Arturo Bonetti has joined Hutch following a career in the language industry as a translator in an LSP (language Service Provider), in the marketing and market research sectors (including PlayStation), and videogame localisation for AAA titles. Arturo speaks 5 languages and has a wealth of localisation experience, which will help us provide this at a high quality and great customer service for the EFIGS speaking countries!

 

Theodore Tegos - Senior Engineer

Theodore Tegos has relocated from Amsterdam in the Netherlands to join Hutch's expanding server development team. He has extensive experience developing backend infrastructure for mobile games at studios including Digital Chocolate, Paladin Studios and BoosterMedia. Theodore has a strong interest in AI and is a former winner of the Jenazon Cup, a competition for the board game, "Amazons". He'll be bringing his expertise to Top Drives, Hutch's successful car collection and battling game.

 

Peter Pearson - Senior Engineer

Peter Pearson joins Hutch from Future Games of London (Ubisoft), where he played a key role in the success of the Hungry Shark series. Prior to this he worked with Mediatonic and Zoe Mode. Having also worked on the "pigeon dating simulator" Hatoful Boyfriend, Peter is excited to move out of animal-based game development and bring his substantial expertise to bear on one of Hutch's exciting new IP's coming in 2019.