Fusebox Games appoints Michael J. Cinquemani as new Chief Content Manager for LA studio

Cinquemani will lead on the expansion of Fusebox Games across both London and Los Angeles

Fusebox Games is a global leader in narrative-driven mobile games which has announced the opening of its new LA studio and has appointed Michael J. Cinquemani as Chief Content Manager.

Michael has written and produced shows such as Brothers and Sisters, The Vampire Diaries, Jane the Virgin, Awkward, and the long-running US serial General Hospital. He is a veteran of TV writing rooms in numerous genres with top networks and studios.

Fusebox Games will leverage Michael’s experience in serialized storytelling

Cinquemani will be in charge of the new studio’s development, which will include identifying and collaborating with leading entertainment firms to create dynamic interactive-fiction content based on studio IP as well as fresh, original Fusebox Games storylines.

Fusebox Games LA Studio new Chief Content Manager
Fusebox Games LA Studio new Chief Content Manager Michael Cinquemani

As part of Fusebox Games’ objectives and dedication to establishing an established mobile games studio in Los Angeles, he will also grow out of the US team, attracting the greatest talent in the sector.

Michael’s appointment is a core part of our commitment to our players to bring them even more exciting and engaging narrative-based games on mobile. With Michael’s support, we can build on and expand our relationships with TV studios in the UK and US to make this a reality. With his breadth of experience running writing rooms, and mentoring writers and narrative designers, he will bring a fresh creative voice and passion for telling compelling stories to our future titles.

Wil Stephens, Founder and CEO of Fusebox Games

Michael J. Cinquemani, on joining Fusebox Games as the new Chief Content Manager for its LA Studio, said: “I’m thrilled to join Fusebox Games to expand on their existing expertise in the development of narrative-driven, mobile games, with great brands like Love Island, as well as actively seeking out new IPs and creating original Fusebox Games titles. The creation of the Los Angeles studio is our next key step to becoming a leading developer of interactive fiction across the US and UK.“.

He also added, “Our core goal at Fusebox Games is to entertain, so I’ll be looking for the best storytellers to grow both the narrative team in London and build the new team in LA from the vast talent pool available there. Together we’ll create aspirational stories that give people an outlet to live, love, risk, and dream big.”

Michael spent the previous six years developing and crafting interactive story-driven content and consulting for numerous mobile gaming firms, with his serialized storytelling background making him an asset in the emerging field of interactive fiction.

This includes working as the head writer for the award-winning story Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery from Jam City, as well as leading the game’s narrative team as Lead Narrative Designer. Working closely with studio founder Wil Stephens, Michael will expand on the current success of Fusebox Games, with the mobile series Love Island The Game already being enjoyed by 25 million players globally. 

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