Streamline Names New Managing Director For Malaysian Studio

Richard Cheah is promoted from General Manager to Managing Director of Streamline Studio Malaysia.
(credit: Streamline)

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Streamline today announced the internal promotion of local talent to a senior leadership role. 

Richard Cheah, former General Manager of Streamline Studios, will now serve as the Managing Director for more than 250 developers of the Malaysian regional headquarters in Kuala Lumpur.

Streamline CEO, Alexander Fernandez. (credit: Streamline)

We are proud of Richard’s progression to Managing Director and will continue to nurture our local talent and provide sustainable career paths in the global games industry.

Streamline CEO, Alexander Fernandez.

Cheah started his career at Streamline as a Junior Project Manager in 2013 and has since worked on major projects like Street Fighter V, Balenciaga, and Cyberpunk 2077.

He has also contributed to the games industry and was a speaker at regional and international industry events, including Nordic Game, Level Up KL, and supporting local Malaysian Careers Fairs.

Streamline Studios Malaysia MD, Richard Cheah. (credit: Streamline)

My dream has come true,” “I am delighted to be in a position now where I can make meaningful changes to the lives of Streamliners and the games industry ecosystem in my home country. Seeing where the industry is heading, I’m looking forward to shaping this next phase of Streamline’s growth and creating jobs.

Streamline Studios Malaysia MD, Richard Cheah.

This announcement follows Streamline’s recent Japan office opening and advisory board appointments including former Chairman of PlayStation Worldwide, Shawn Layden.

For more information about job opportunities, visit Streamline Studios Career Site.

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