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Former Atari executive duo joins Paradox Interactive

New York, USA (August 28, 2007) As a step in the strategy to become the world leading publisher and distributor of PC games, Paradox Interactive announced today their latest recruitment, Reena Miranda and Martin Sirc. As former colleagues with key positions at the worldwide publisher Atari, the duo contributes with impressive experiences from the industry.

Ms Miranda, previous Director of Product Acquisition&Third Party at Atari Inc, will lead the sales and marketing activities in the US market. Mr Sirc, former Managing Director at Atari Nordic, will develop and lead the company's growing subsidiary Paradox Scandinavian Distribution.

"We are thrilled to welcome Reena and Martin to our team. They represent exactly what we have been looking for and we feel confident having them onboard when moving forward with our strategy", commented Theodore Bergqvist, CEO at Paradox Interactive.

About Paradox Interactive

Paradox Interactive has been a leading publisher and developer of strategy games for the PC platform since 1999. Well-known worldwide for their strategy titles, the company has a particularly strong presence in Europe and the US. The steadily growing publishing portfolio includes in-house developed titles such as critically acclaimed franchises Europa Universalis and Hearts of Iron; as well as third party titles that include Rush for Berlin in North America, Galactic CivilizationsII in Europe and the worldwide release of Combat Mission: Shock Force.

The latest release from the experienced development team, Europa Universalis III, has won numerous awards worldwide. Visit the official website for more information.

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