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Fredrik Malmberg

Game Credits

Business

Udos sägner: Sveakampen (2001)   (Head of Business Relations)
 

Production

Hearts of Iron (Platinum) (2004)   (Executive Producer)
Two Thrones (2004)   (EXECUTIVE PRODUCER)
Legion Gold (2003)   (Executive Producer)
Victoria: An Empire Under the Sun (2003)   (Executive Producer)
Hearts of Iron (2002)   (Executive Producer)
Legion (2002)   (Executive Producer)
Europa Universalis II (2001)   (Producers)
Dragonfire: The Well of Souls (2000)   (Executive Producer)
Europa Universalis (2000)   (Executive Producer)
Svea Rike II (1999)   (Executive Producer)
Svea Rike (1997)   (Executive Producers)
 

Audio

Hearts of Iron (Platinum) (2004)   (Music Selection)
Hearts of Iron (2002)   (Music Selection)
Europa Universalis II (2001)   (Music Selection)
 

Marketing

Chariots of War (2003)   (Sales and Marketing)
 

Public Relations

Europa Universalis II (2001)   (Head of Business Relations)
 

Support

Europa Universalis II (2001)   (Additional Support Work)
 

Thanks

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter (2006)   (Special Thanks)
Doom Troopers: Mutant Chronicles (1995)   (Adrenalin and Playmates wish to thank)
 

Other

Valhalla Chronicles (2002)   (Business Development)
Europa Universalis II (2001)   (Head of Business Relations)
Europa Universalis (2000)   (Special Contributions by)
 

Companies

Conan (2007)   (Paradox Entertainment Inc.)
 


Developer Biography

Mr Malmberg co-founded Paradox Entertainment in 1999. He is Executive Director and Head of Licensing, overseeing negotiations for licensing of the company's brands and intellectual property as well as sourcing and acquiring new properties for the brand portfolio.

Mr Malmberg also served as is Executive Producer of the 40 half-hour episodes of Heavy Gear, a computer-generated TV series produced by Sony Television and based on a license controlled by Paradox Entertainment. Previously, Mr Malmberg left his B.A. studies at Uppsala University to found Target Games which, under his 19 years of steward-ship as CEO, invented and created numerous competitive and successful brands, board games, role-playing games, family and collectible card games in more than 16 languages, and successfully established a retail chain.

In 1999, Mr Malmberg reorganised Target Games into three separate divisions with offices and sales operations in five countries, and became CEO of Target Games Interactive. After an MBO of Target Games Interactive , the division was renamed Paradox Entertainment AB.

Source: Selected articles from Paradox Entertainment Official Company Website - About the Company

http://www.paradox-entertainment.com/about.asp

Last updated: Apr 19, 2004