BioWare Co-Founders Part Ways With Company

By Ishaan . September 18, 2012 . 11:55am

BioWare co-founders, Dr. Ray Muzyka and Dr. Greg Zeschuk, have both stepped down from the company to pursue other career opportunities. Both have written a personal blog entry each on BioWare’s official blog, detailing the reasons behind their decision.

 

Muzyka writes: “I feel the need now to move on to a new chapter in my career. With the growth of BioWare to multiple locations as part of a public company, following two decades of multiple successful product launches across many platforms and business models, I’ve largely personally achieved what I wanted in videogames; I now desire to take on a brand new entrepreneurial challenge.”

 

He continues: “I believe strongly in the power of free enterprise to enable sustainable change, so my next ‘chapter’ will likely focus on an entirely new industry, something exciting, different and frankly downright scary – investing in and mentoring new entrepreneurs, and more specifically, the field of social/impact investing.”

 

Meanwhile, Zeschuck writes: “I’ve reached an unexpected point in my life where I no longer have the passion that I once did for the company, for the games, and for the challenge of creation. For the people I have had the privilege of working with, however, my passion burns as brightly as it did the day we started.”

 

Later in the post, he mentions: “Some of you will be curious what I’ll be doing next, and I can state that I’m not going to be working in games for a while, and there’s a strong possibility that I won’t be back. After my departure I’m going to be spending significant time with family and friends, as well as pursuing some personal passion-driven projects related to craft beer.”

 

Image courtesy Bioware.


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