Seattle mobile game company Z2Live just announced a change of leadership.
Lou Fasulo, chief operating officer, is moving up to chief executive. He’s taking the place of David Bluhm, a co-founder moving from CEO to chairman.
In a release, Bluhm called Z2Live “the house that Lou built.”
It noted that Fasulo (pictured) oversaw the launch of the company’s game platform and first three titles — “Trade Nations,” “MetalStorm” and “Battle Nations” — which all became became top-grossing iOS games.
“For the last year and a half, Lou has overseen Z2Live’s development and creative teams, establishing Z2Live as one of the world’s leading mobile social games studios,” Bluhm said in the release.
Z2Live’s specialty is free, “mobile social” titles. It employs 120 at its Seattle headquarters and a studio in Vancouver, B.C.