But Alex Caccia still on board as president.
UK mobile gaming firm Ideaworks3D has a new CEO: Niall Murphy, co-founder of Wi-Fi network The Cloud.
He takes over the role from president and CEO Alex Caccia, who will remain at the company as president.
The move follows Ideaworks3D's recent investment round, and the separation of its studio and technology divisions.
"With these developments we've decided to increase the breadth and depth of our management team," says a statement provided to ME by the company.
"Alex Caccia, who has been President & CEO since 2005, has handed over the CEO role to Niall Murphy who joins the company on the back of the recent investment round. As President, Alex will be focusing his energy on continuing to drive the company's commercial strategy, corporate development and major deals and transactions."
Murphy takes charge at an intriguing time for Ideaworks3D. The company's studio division has been making hay on the App Store with games like Backbreaker Football and Call Of Duty: World at War: Zombies released through publisher partners.
However, one key challenge facing the Ideaworks Lab division's Airplay business is changes in Apple's iPhone developer agreement, barring the use of certain middleware development tools.
Companies like Ideaworks3D and Unity Technologies are still trying to gauge the implications for their software, although Airplay is not just about deployment to iPhone.