London (PRWEB) July 6, 2009
Former Sun Editorial Manager Danny Rogers is joining CyberSports Limited on a consultancy basis to manage a number of new 3rd party projects and media relations.
Previously he was the Online Marketing Manager at The Sun amongst other senior management positions held at News International over the past 20 years.
Phil Booker, CyberSports Head of Marketing said 'It's a real coup for us to have someone of Danny's experience and contacts, both from a media and brand perspective, working for us. It's also a great affirmation of how CyberSports are establishing themselves that we can attract someone of his calibre.'
CyberSports is the publisher of Football Superstars, the first truly mainstream massively multi-player online game (MMOG) and the first to recreate the game of football and its associated lifestyle, providing single character 3D controlled game play. Off the pitch, the Football Superstars community live the life of fame and luxury in the only dedicated virtual football world - in the world.
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Formed in 2006, CyberSports are focused on their goal of dominating the online sports game market by developing and publishing a new generation of MMOG's; persistent 3D virtual multi-player sports worlds appealing to the widest possible global audience.
CyberSports are the publishers of Football Superstars, a revolutionary MMOG which brings together the most realistic football simulation ever and a football-based aspirational persistent world. Football Superstars will become the destination of choice for those who love playing and watching football.