LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Oct 7, 2013) - Writers' Group Film Corp. (
Prior to joining the Amiga Games team, Ms. Clock was a Senior Director at Atari Inc., overseeing global franchise strategy, licensing for merchandise and entertainment for Atari's classic brands, including Atari, Asteroids, Centipede, Pong, and Missile Command. Prior to Atari, Ms. Clock lead worldwide licensing efforts in the boys and gaming space for JAKKS Pacific, acquiring and managing partnerships with major motion picture studios. Prior to JAKKS, she created and managed licensing, marketing and product development initiatives for RadioShack Corporation and Disney Consumer Products.
"Emily brings an immeasurable wealth of inside experience, industry credibility, and content licensing knowledge to our company," said Patrick Roberts, President of Amiga Games Inc. "I couldn't be happier having Emily represent the Amiga Games brand to major game publishers."
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Amiga Games Inc. licenses classic computer game libraries and republishes the most popular titles for smartphones, modern game consoles, PCs, and tablets. The Company builds on the "Amiga" brand and proprietary technology to create new revenue from publisher's dormant game libraries.
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