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Brian Harvey (former Senior Partnerships Manager at OnLive) is now on board with Reverb Publishing as Director of Strategic Partnerships- now that’s a title.

“After seeing what Reverb was capable of in the digital games space, I was very excited to join the team in their publishing division,” said Harvey. “Reverb’s publishing model is all about innovation, going against the grain of publishing standards, and giving independent developers their chance to shine in a crowded games space, and I’m glad to be a part of it.”

Reverb’s publishing arm has actually been making some pretty decent sized waves as the newcomer has released quite a few solid titles in the past year or so (including Dungeon Defenders, Baller Beats, and JAM Live Music Arcade). Bringing in Harvey, who also has 15 years of experience with companies like OnLive and NVIDIA behind him, seems like a good move for the relatively young company.

“Brian is an experienced industry vet with an impressive background, great relationships throughout various segments of the business, and an excellent sense of leadership,” said Katie Morgan, executive vice president of Reverb Publishing. “We can’t wait to see what ideas he can bring to the Reverb Publishing table.”

Harvey’s roles with Reverb will include negotiation of contracts and adding more developers to the company’s stable. He’s also expected to Executive Produce on some future titles.

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  • Interesting seeing Reverb's name pop up. Their game Primal Carnage (well, they're helping it get to market by publishing) has been on my radar for a while now. You can still sign up to be a Beta tester for when they start it up.

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