Posted Thu, Feb 14, 2008 by Aelryn
He's a cheerful looking fellow.
Gamasutra interviewed Rod Cousens, CEO of Codemasters, about their plans for the future in a recent article.
Although the firm has thus far lacked a major worldwide hit, CEO Rod Cousens is still bullish on prospects for expansion. "I think, in terms of measuring us against the market, we're the fastest-growing," Cousens asserts. "Not in scale -- but we're recording the highest percentage revenue growth in the industry. For us, it's an exciting time and an exciting industry, where the future holds opportunities for all."
Upbeat and genial, the CEO of the Guildford, UK publisher is putting his faith in the company's proprietary Ego Engine technology to support them in next-gen development. It's currently being used to develop Codemasters' upcoming Operation Flashpoint 2: Dragon Rising.
Read more at Gamasutra.