Yannis Mallat, the director of the division of the canadian Ubisoft, has left the company at the beginning of July following the scandal harassment which saw him star alongside other company executives. The publisher, however, has already found new professional figures that will guide the studies that are active in Canada.
Specifically, Christophe Derennes is now in charge of the studies of Montreal while Christine Burgess Quemard will manage the other studies in the country. Christophe Derennes works in Ubisoft 23 years in the role of Executive Vice President of production and will, from this time to handle all projects developed from the studies of Montreal, including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Christine Burgess Quemard, former executive director of production at the global level, will manage instead of teams of Halifax, Quedec, Toronto and Winnipeg to work over the years on projects such as Splinter Cell Blacklist, Assassin’s Creed, Syndicate, Starlink Battle For the Atlas, and the future Far Cry 6, developed by Ubi Toronto.
At the time the two executive directors have not received an official appointment , but some employees have done to know have been informed of the change at the top, so it is only a matter of time before the company will announce the new manager of operational division of the canadian.