Rogue, new game publisher, sees 'gigantic opportunity' in rapidly evolving mobile space

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  1. Calliers

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    A group of industry veterans have assembled to form Rogue, a new game publishing label that will focus on mobile games. The mobile market is notoriously difficult to navigate, but given the collective experience of the team, Rogue appears to be well-equipped for the challenge.

    Rogue was founded by Mike DeLaet who spent the last four years at Kabam, the publisher behind some of the most successful games on mobile platforms including Marvel Contest of Champions and Kingdoms of Camelot. Two years ago, Kabam was purchased by Netmarble Games for a tidy sum.

    Also on the team is Matt Casamassina, one of the founders of IGN, where he served as Editor-in-Chief for 6 years. More recently, he worked as the manager of the games editorial team at Apple. Casamassina will serve as Rogue’s chief strategy officer. He says that Rogue takes an extremely detail oriented approach to its publishing work.

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