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According to both Frank Sagnier and Rashid Varachia are stepping down from their roles at Codemasters at the end of July.

The news comes four months after Codemasters were purchased by EA.

Codemasters SVP of product development Clive Moody and SVP of publishing Jonathan Bunney will lead Codemasters going forward as a part of the EA Sports studio group, while Slightly Mad will also become an EA Sports studio (though they keep their CEO – Ian Bell).

It’s difficult to know what this means or how it changes anything, but if this wasn’t their choice you have to always wonder what exactly they did wrong in steering Codemasters to become something EA saw such value in.

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