Michael Denny appointed as Studio Head of TT Games

A new Vice President and Studio Head has been appointed at TT Games, with Michael Denny now running the studio behind the LEGO video games.

Michael Denny has been announced as the new Vice President and Studio Head at TT Games, the studio game behind the LEGO video games. He will report to Paul Gouge, Studio Head at Playdemic and will be responsible for all TT Games offices and its portfolio of titles.

According to the press release, he will ‘work closely with the executive team to introduce a new vision for TT Games, while evaluating game opportunities, partnerships and business models for the studio’, suggesting that a change of direction has been deemed necessary.

“We are thrilled to welcome Michael to the team as we look towards an exciting future for TT Games and implement a new strategy for the studio,” said David Haddad, President at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. “Michael’s extensive experience in game development and studio leadership, along with his games industry acumen, make him a perfect fit for this important role.”

Denny most recently held the role of Senior Vice President of Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios Europe.

“After an incredible 25 years with PlayStation, where I had the privilege of working with many amazing people and incredibly talented teams, I wanted to bring my experience to a new opportunity,” said Denny. “TT Games is a studio I worked with in my early days at PlayStation, and it’s been great to see how it’s grown into a world class studio. In partnership with the company’s leadership team, I’m very excited by the opportunity to help create a new vision for TT and lead the studio forward to another successful phase of its evolution.”

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is due for release later this year.

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