Martin Tremblay & Kevin Tsujihara

Publishing executives

Even though the exec in charge of his videogame unit ankled early last year, Warner Bros. home entertainment prexy Tsujihara spent the year thinking big about the biz, acquiring “Lego Star Wars” developer Traveller’s Tales for $200 million-plus, investing in British publisher Eidos and expanding the studio’s slate of internally published games and deals to distribute games for partners.

Recently he upped the studio’s commitment by tapping former Vivendi Games worldwide studios topper Tremblay as prexy of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.

“Warner Bros. has great IP, but much of it is not really well established on the videogame market,” Tremblay says of the challenge his new job brings. “My ambition is to make Warner Bros. among the best publishers in the world.”

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