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Ubisoft Reflections hires in-house social gaming veteran as MD


Ubisoft Reflections – the UK studio responsible for Far Cry 3, Driver: San Francisco, Just Dance 3 and currently working on Watch Dogs – has a new managing director, Pauline Jacquey. Jacquey began working at Ubisoft in 1997, across studios in Paris, Shanghai, Montreal and Pune. She most recently managed Ubisoft Pune, in India, and transitioned the entire studio to a complete focus on digital games; while at Ubisoft, Jacquey supported casual and social game departments.

Ubisoft Reflections is collaborating with Montreal to develop Watch Dogs, confirmed for PC, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U and PS4 so far. Reflections also has a "number of soon-to-be-announced projects," Ubisoft says.

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London – February 28 2013

Pauline Jacquey has been appointed as Managing Director of Ubisoft's


Newcastle-based studio, Reflections.

Jacquey is a Ubisoft veteran, having worked in the company's Paris, Shanghai,


Montreal and Pune game studios since 1997. As well as producing a number of

critically-acclaimed titles such as Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter for consoles

and the latest mobile iterations of Prince of Persia and Assassin's Creed, Jacquey

also built up Ubisoft's casual and social game department. Prior to taking on

the direction of the Reflections studio, she managed Ubisoft Pune (India),

transitioning the 250-person studio to a 100 percent focus on digital games.

Reflections is currently working on the new, highly anticipated open-world


adventure game Watch_Dogs in collaboration with Ubisoft Montreal, as well as a

number of soon to be announced projects.

The studio is actively recruiting experienced and passionate people who


want to create original and memorable gaming experiences. Apply at http:// or

Reflections, a Ubisoft studio: Ubisoft's only development studio in the UK,


Reflections is celebrating its 29th year of making great games. Reflections' more

recent productions include Driver: San Francisco as well as collaborations with

other Ubisoft studios on titles such as Just Dance 4 and Far Cry 3.

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