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 "Jagex is a really special spot for OSRS gold me -- not only do I get to lead a team that that has created one of the world's most successful online games however I get work together with a team of artisans and match makers, a perfect mix of new and veteran talent. I love to say it's a'peanut butter and chocolate a-ha!' Kind of moment, and I am dedicated to working on things now that our incredible runescape gamers will benefit from in the years ahead."

Rob has more than 20 years' expertise in the runescape games industry, having started his career at Warthog Studios UK working as Designer and Producer on the critically acclaimed Starlancer. Rob was Head of Studio at Ideaworks, where he managed the mobile game groups working on a range of IPs like Call of Final Fantasy, The Sims, Metal Gear Solid, Resident Evil, and Duty. He was most recently Head of Studio London at NaturalMotion.
"I'm very eager to combine with the Jagex team and also have the chance to utilize the studio's direction and the amazingly talented developers here in order to help build on the success and heritage of a franchise like easiest way to make money on oldschool runescape that has such a passionate community of runescape players. I've been in games for over 20 years and there's a real focus and appreciation here at Jagex that puts the runescape player in the centre of the way we think and create great gaming experiences and I look forward to building on such heart DNA with all the teams here."
Gavin Irby joins Jagex from Bungie where he had been Design Lead for Destiny 2, having worked on Destiny as Raid Designer and Senior Designer. His roles include Content Designer for RIFT in Trion Worlds, along with a stint at Carbine Studios and Flying Lab Software. 
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