Jobs weekly: moves at King, Netflix, Plarium, Gram and Sybo


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Let’s get into it:

King: Sabrina Carmona has been promoted to VP, Farm Heroes Saga and portfolio operations. She steps into the new role after almost seven years at King, having risen through the ranks from producer. Carmona has also worked at Goodgame, Behaviour Interactive and Square Enix.

Elsewhere at King, Nina Breser also joined as employee experience specialist and Johan Gustafsson started as backend engineer.

Sabrina Carmona, Victor Wang, Aditi Bose.

Netflix: The streaming giant continues to hire at pace with the addition of Victor Wang as product manager. Wang moves from his role as general manager of casual product at Skillz, and previously worked as product director at N3twork on Funko Pop! Blitz.

Other former roles include senior product manager at NBCUniversal on Jurassic World Alive and Fast & Furious Takedown, and product manager on Yahtzee with Buddies at Scopely.

Gram Games: Four new faces at the Zynga-owned studio’s London office: former Product Madness product manager Aditi Bose joins as director of product, Sayed Hosseini as senior game developer, former Big Pixel and Bear Hug programmer Ryan Singh as senior game developer and Joan Florit as senior game developer, moving from Supersolid.

Schraga Mor, Joan Florit, Aniol Andres.

Plarium: There’s a new boss in town at the Raid: Shadow Legends maker. Schraga Mor arrives from SodaStream, where he was in charge of the company’s global e-commerce strategy and operations. He’ll assume the role at the end of February and will be based at the company HQ in Herzliya, Israel.

Mor steps into the role after former Plarium CEO Aviram Steinhart stepped down after two years in charge.

Sybo: There are three more new recruits at the Subway Surfers maker after it added Antonio Filipovic as product marketing manager last week: new video content creator Christian Brusch, senior backend engineer Kevin McDonald and former Popcore developer Aniol Andres, who joins as game engineer.

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