Zynga’s Personnel Losses Continue As Chief Game Designer Departs

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3:57 PM EDT January 30th, 2013

Zygna’s Chief Game Designer, Brian Reynolds, has resigned from the company, continuing a long line of executives who’ve left the company since August, the company confirmed to VentureBeat.

“Brian has a long history in the game industry and has been a great partner to the creative leaders at Zynga,” Steve Chiang, president of games at Zynga, said in a prepared statement. “I want to thank him for his leadership of the Zynga Baltimore studio in the design and development of FrontierVille, which brought many innovations to social gaming.

Reynolds had been with Zynga since 2009 and headed their Baltimore office. 

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