May 24, 2022|In News|3 Minutes

TLM welcomes CTO Colin Boswell

IRVINE, California – March 24, 2022

TLM’s Latest Addition Puts Final Touches on Executive Team with Vast Experience

TLM Partners, a global publisher of cross-play video games and professional services provider, today announced the hiring of Colin Boswell as the company’s Chief Technology Officer. This latest hire completes TLM’s C-Suite, as Boswell joins veterans from industry titans such as Microsoft, Cisco, Amazon, Activision Blizzard, Electronic Arts and more.

“We could not be happier to round out our executive team with Colin,” said TLM Partners CEO and founder Jake Hawley. “Colin brings such an amazing depth of experience to TLM that will be integral to our growth going forward. Whether he is managing a team of a few or a few hundred, Colin has demonstrated a level of creativity and resourcefulness that will fit right in at TLM.”

Boswell brings more than three decades of video game industry experience to TLM, including four years as a Director of Engineering at Google Stadia, where he built and managed the team which developed the video game streaming service. Prior to that, Boswell worked at Electronic Arts for nearly two decades, including serving as Chief Operating Officer and Chief Technology Officer for Visceral Studios.

“TLM has a lot of big ideas, and they have backed them up with their tremendous commitment to growth,” said Boswell. “As someone who loves games, I am thrilled to join this talented and dedicated team as they break down the limits of what is possible, both for developers and gamers.”

Boswell’s hiring continues TLM’s recent stretch of impressive growth. Earlier this year, TLM hired David Boutry as Chief Financial Officer and Ed Lin as Chief Marketing Officer, while also announcing that it grew its number of employees by 1,300% in the 2020-21 fiscal year. In addition to continuing to work closely with high-profile publishing partners to incorporate TLM’s best-in-class technology into AAA games, TLM published its first title with the award-winning cross-play cooperative puzzle game Zorya: The Celestial Sisters in February; the company also recently acquired the first person shooter and real-time strategy game Heroes & Generals and the upcoming fighting game Coreupt.