Brash Co-founder Steps Down

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Posted May 23, 2008 - By TylerColfax

Nicholas Longano, who co-founded Brash Entertainment with the company's CEO, Mitch Davis, is stepping down after only a year. The company which began with $400 million dollars in private funding, is aimed at grabbing up music, tv, and film licenses that turn into accompanying games.

If you haven't heard of Brash, you've at least heard of their offerings which include the god-awful Alvin and the Chipmunks, which actually sold 281,000 copies in the US, and Jumper which only sold 16,000.

Next up for Brash is Space Chimps, and further down the road we can expect a Saw and a 300 game. OK, so punctuality is not their strong suit, but it seems like a good focus for a video game company to have. They just need to grab some good licenses.

variety.com: Brash president Longano exits

Brash Co-founder Steps Down


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