Wooga founder and CEO Jens Begemann is leaving the compnay after 11 years.

Begemann will officially officially be stepping down at the end of June 2020 to spend more time with his family and “to support young founders with angel investments.”

According to pocketgamer.biz, former Google global head of games on growth consulting Nai Chang will take over the position.

Begemann founded Wooga in 2009 with Philipp Moeser and Patrick Paulisch. Among his other achievements, he supervised Wooga’s acquisition by Playtika at the end of 2018. Since the acquisition, Wooga’s revenue has more than doubled, accodring to Bergemann. “I believe the best moment for a founder to leave his company is when things are going really well,” he said.