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Mark Lamia Reportedly Elected Chairman of Treyarch

November 14, 2016 Written by Michael Briers

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Treyarch has implemented some changes at the top end of the studio’s management team, if a report by Charlie Intel is to be believed.

Pointing to developer’s official website, a pair of screenshots appear to confirm that Mark Lamia has now been elected Chairman of Treyarch, with Mark Gordon, Jason Blundell and Dan Bunting each assuming the title of co-Studio Head. Lamia had previously held the role of Studio Head prior to these findings, while the others filled VP of Development (Gordon), Director and Executive Producer of Campaign & Zombies (Blundell) and Game Director, Multiplayer (Bunting).

At press time, there’s no mention of a statement from Treyarch to confirm or deny the purported shake-up.

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A separate report from Charlie Intel goes on to claim that Call of Duty: Stronghold is the current codename of 2017’s installment – Sledgehammer’s, perhaps? Citing a listing published by SAG-AFTRA, the post writes that the yet-to-be-revealed title is “also known as Call of Duty: Stronghold & Lethal Combat.”

What do our readers make of this purported change at the helm?

[Source: Charlie Intel (1), (2)]