The marketing and publishing veteran Jon Hook announced today that he is leaving his current home. After two years in Homa Games, Hook announced that he is departing on his LinkedIn account. The digital marketing exec and entrepreneur has many awards and he is a regular industry speaker as well. He also shared how the team grew from 3 people to more than thirty in the past two years.
Good-bye Jon Hook
The hyper-casual developer who is based in Paris has many hit games like Sky Roller which is still in the top charts and more than 50 million downloads worldwide. On his post, Hook said:
Thank you to Vincent Hart de Keating, Olivier Le Bas, Daniel Nathan, and to the entire Homa Game’s team. And also a huge thank you to all our developers and ad tech partners who have made the past 2 years so much fun!
Homa Games are an independent games studio based in Paris focused on hyper-casual and Idle mobile games. As we said, they released many hits including Tiny Cars, Idle World, Sky Roller, Tower Colour, and Pancake Art. The company partner with independent game studios to help them develop, launch and monetise their hyper-casual games.
Good luck Hook!
Until the time of writing, Hook hasn’t announced his plans but we at Mobidictum are excited to see what’s coming for him. If you never heard of Hook before, you can check some of his publications. The latest publication was called “Programmatic is not an excuse for poor creative” and you can check it on The Drum website. You can check more news about the mobile game industry through our website by clicking here.