Stillfront Group today announced that Andrew N. Green will join Stillfront as Senior Vice President Operations & Growth and member of Stillfront’s Group business management. Andrew joins Stillfront from venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz (a16z) where he was a Partner focused on helping build the games initiative at the firm and supporting the consumer portfolio.
Andrew has almost 20 years’ experience leading teams and driving growth in different roles across the gaming industry. Previous experience includes his role as Head of Business Operations at TinyCo, a San Francisco-based mobile games studio which was acquired by Jam City in 2016. Andrew has also held different product and marketing roles at Electronic Arts, Atari, Miramax Films and Take-Two Interactive, and in 2018 he co-founded instant play gaming start-up Knock Knock.
“It is with great pleasure I welcome Andrew to the Stillfront team as SVP Operations & Growth. Andrew has extensive experience from across the gaming sector and will play a key role in supporting our studios with growth initiatives and further strengthening Stillfront’s business management operations. Stillfront’s ability to attract top international talent is a key component in our growth strategy and the recruitment of Andrew is a perfect example of our ability to do just that”, says Alexis Bonte, Group COO, Stillfront.
In his role at Stillfront Group, Andrew will be responsible for the support and governance of certain designated studios within the group. Andrew will also be responsible for finding areas for additional collaboration projects between studios to continue to drive growth and synergies across the group.
“I am very excited to be joining Stillfront Group in this new role. Stillfront is comprised of incredible studios, and I find a lot of joy in working with studio teams and supporting their growth. There is so much amazing potential here and on the horizon as games continue to become central to everyone’s entertainment experience globally”, says Andrew N. Green.
Andrew will assume his position on March 8, 2021.