We like to call him our 'founding father', having set up the Tbreak network all the way back in 1996. An Apple and Blackberry lover, Abbas tends to play fantasy and RPG games where he can escape the many perils of being a parent. His greatest achievement to date is going against the argument that 'video games make children evil' - after all, he turned out just fine.
After years masquerading as an IT & Marketing Manager, Nick finally came to his senses and is now a full time editor for IGN. He's also the resident office baker and is responsible for the Portal cakes we get on staff birthdays. Where are those cupcakes again?
From auditing to editing, I now test and analyze the latest gadgets and games instead of the latest financial statements. Both jobs are equally intense and rewarding. When I'm not burning up hardware in the name of science, you'll find me nuking in DOTA 2 or engineering in TF2.
After unlocking his Bachelors in Marketing, Mufaddal found out that all he still wanted to do was sit in front of his TV and play games. So chose to be a writer instead. He is a huge fan of Valve and Half Life (almost annoyingly so), regrets ever liking Hindi movies, and is skill level 100 at cracking lame jokes.
We're proud to deliver the latest gaming content in English and Arabic, and that's where Serge comes in. His job involves translating all the complex and fun terminologies in the gaming world into Arabic and writing original content for both our English and Arabic fanbase. The other fun fact you should know about Serge is that he loves listening to heavy metal music infused with yodelling - we're not joking.
A hardcore gamer and dedicated Arabic Editor, Amin loves gaming with an ongoing passion, with his roots tied in retro titles such as Super Mario Bros, Zelda, and Sonic the Hedgehog. He's also a big fan of anime and manga titles and can out-quiz anyone in Grendizer. Always ready with the latest news about the gaming industry, Amin also enjoys tearing apart any kind of electronic device - all in the interest of knowledge of course.
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