Simbin has announced a significant change in their company structure as Henrik Roos has stepped down from his position as CEO of SimBin Studios AB.
Roos has been a key player of Simbin ever since the company was founded in 2003, the vacant position will be taken over by Klaus Wohlfarth, owner of KW Automotive, a leading supplier of suspension systems both in road & racing cars.
”It feels strange and sad to step down from my role as CEO for SimBin after 10 years of ”marriage” with the company. It is with joy in my heart that I turn the company into the trustworthy hands of Klaus Wohlfarth and his management team. I will for sure follow and support SimBin in its future endeavors, but my family needs me and I also have new and exciting opportunities to explore” Roos said.
“It is our intention to provide people with the best opportunities to become virtual racers. By controlling the complete production chain in all areas, we are able to offer complete solutions that include software, hardware as well as the overall concepts. The combination of all these values in one, offered by RaceRoom, is a unique concept in the world” Wohlfahrt added.
The key personal change is the latest of structural changes at Simbin that involved hiring of new staff and a new office in Lidköping, Sweden.
It remains to be seen if and how these changes will have an effect of Simbin’s on-going projects that include GTR3 and the free Virtual WTCC game.