Beginning his career as writer for two years in 1993, Keef went on to do freelance work while studying at university before making a permanent return to the industry in 1995. After a short period at Telstar, he went on to be responsible for PR at Ubi Soft. Early 2001, and his current whereabouts is unknown, but one thing is for sure - he is no longer at Ubi Soft.
Keef Sloan's first video game work that SPOnG is aware of is the 1996 title, "Starfighter 3000" (PlayStation) as Marketing/PR. Of the titles listing Keef within the credits , "Rayman 2: The Great Escape" (PC), "Rayman 2: The Great Escape" (N64) and "Rayman 2: The Great Escape" (Dreamcast) have been best selling titles.
Keef's most recent involvement was as Marketing/PR on the 2001 release "Corporate Machine" (PC).
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