Mobius President Resigns


I actually got an SMS about this while watching Transformers yesterday, but I just read the internal memo today: Jojo Anonuevo, president of Philippine game publisher Mobius, has resigned. Yesterday was his last day. Jojo was among the most customer-centric of Mobius’ executives, often reminding employees of their role in improving customer experience.

Jojo’s also a straight talker, a rare thing among Philippine executives. He even admitted Mobius’ failed World of Warcraft bid (and the nasty layoffs resulting from that failure) in this Inquirer podcast interview. Too bad he didn’t stay on long enough to continue the Mobius Muses program; I would’ve liked to see a pretty young gamer take over Alodia’s old job.

With Mobius launching EVE Online in Southeast Asia this year, let’s hope Jojo’s customer focus carries on throughout the enterprise. In the meantime, here’s a chance for other Philippine online businesses to snap up some top executive talent.

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12 Comments on “Mobius President Resigns”
  1. dasgupta says:

    as always you liked to be in the news. Sorry dude, but you seem to create news just to be part of one. You’ll be good at the NY Post.

  2. Duper says:

    I am hoping that the whoever takes over this position would give the company much needed direction. There is much much improvement to be done (if there is still hope for this) as the quality of service with Mobius Flag game MU is just so horrendous. Many of long time players to quit as conditions has become unacceptable.

  3. Lawl says:

    a bitter ex-mobius employee you are mike

  4. Mike Abundo says:

    Actually, if you check my resume, you’ll see that I have never been a employee of Digital Media Exchange.

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