Blizzard veterans Jen Oneal, J. Allen Brack, and John Donham announced that they’ve teamed up to form a new game studio, Magic Soup Games. Magic Soup Games, a fully-remote game studio, is dedicated to creating AAA games that are genuinely uplifting and inclusive for players around the world.
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Magic Soup CEO and Co-Founder Jen Oneal said “J., John, and I have similar ideas about the types of games we want to make, and we’re tightly aligned on company goals and principles, so this was a natural fit for us,” and continued “We know the quality of our games will be a reflection of our team culture. We’re doing the work up front to make sure we’re fostering creativity, fully remote collaboration, and a diversity of backgrounds.”
Magic Soup Co-Founder and former President of Blizzard Entertainment J. Allen Brack said “Jen has great experience as a team builder, culture driver, and game maker. John and I are thrilled that she’s helming the company.”
Magic Soup is currently at work on an unannounced game and is in the process of filling out an experienced startup team.