Head of cloud gaming service Amazon Luna has gone to Unity

In September, Amazon launched its own cloud-based gaming service Luna into beta, which provided access to a library of games through different subscriptions. However, in February, after 5 years of work and only 5 months of early access of the Moon, the head of the project, Mark Whitten, left his position and went to Unity. Information about this was found in the resume of a specialist on LinkedIn.

Whitten also worked for Microsoft โ€” he devoted almost 14 years of his life to Xbox consoles. Now he will develop the popular Unity engine in the role of Vice President of the Create division.

Amazon Luna is now available invitation-only on iOS, Android, Windows and Mac in the United States. Also recently, the service can be used by the owners of Fire TV – for this they do not even need an invite.

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