Kelly Wallick has left her position as digital agency Infrared5's project manager to focus on running Indie Megabooth full-time, Wallick told Polygon via email.
Wallick's last day at Infrared5 was Friday, April 12, which she announced via Twitter. Wallick had been with the company since May 2011.
"The Megabooth has been growing and gaining traction pretty quickly and I've been unable to divide my time between the two anymore," Wallick told Polygon.
"Since I love the work with the Indie Megabooth and the indie community I've decided to put my full efforts into it. Which means we can continue our current work but also start expanding into other areas as well. I'm not sure exactly what that will entail, but the next few weeks are going to be dedicated to preparing for PAX Prime and deciding how and where things are going. It's pretty exciting!"
Prior to her Infrared5 departure, Wallick was a founder and the "Megabooth Overlord" of Indie Megabooth, which debuted in 2012 with 16 developers and 20 games. The organization has been consistently growing. At PAX Prime 2012, it ran with 30 devs and 30 games. During this year's PAX East, the Indie Megabooth expanded its number to 50 developers and 62 games. The booth has shown titles such as Antichamber, Mark of the Ninja and Super T.I.M.E. Force.
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