Psyonix’s Jeremy Dunham and Epic’s Nick Chester depart Epic Video games


Epic Video games staff Jeremy Dunham and Nick Chester each introduced their departure from the Fortnite developer. Dunham beforehand served as VP of publishing for Epic’s subsidiary studio Psyonix, and Chester was Epic’s communications director. 

Each males introduced their departures by way of Twitter, with Dunham writing that his go away got here from a want to “spend extra time w/ my household earlier than the children head to school.”

As for Chester, he explained that he made the selection to step away from the corporate. “It was a wild, difficult, and rewarding experience and I’m pleased with the issues we completed as a group,” he mentioned. 

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Dunham first joined Psyonix in 2014, a 12 months earlier than the developer’s vehicular soccer recreation would launch for PlayStation 4 and PC. Earlier than that, he labored as a senior group supervisor of Zipper Interactive, the now defunct creator of PlayStation’s SOCOM franchise.

“Engaged on [Rocket League] was the expertise of a lifetime b/c of my gifted co-workers and dependable gamers,” Dunham added. By LinkedIn, he supplied his providers as a guide however careworn that in the intervening time, “household is precedence #1!”

Previous to Epic, Chester labored as Harmonix’s PR and communications lead. In 2015, he transitioned over to Epic as that firm’s communications lead, and ultimately grew to become its communications director in late 2020, practically a full 12 months earlier than Epic acquired Harmonix.

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Within the nearer to his farewell to Epic, Chester wrote that he “labored alongside among the greatest individuals, [and I] can’t wait to see what’s subsequent as a fan.”


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