ABOUT ATARI

ATARI GROUP

Atari is a global cross-platform licensor
and interactive entertainment Group.

Pioneer in video games, founded in 1972, Atari owns and/or manages a portfolio of more than 200 games and franchises, including world famous brands like Asteroids®, Centipede®, Missile Command®, Pong® and RollerCoaster Tycoon®. Atari capitalizes on these powerful properties by delivering compelling games online, on smartphones, tablets and other connected devices. The Company also develops and distributes video games on Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony consoles. Finally, as a licensor, Atari extends its brand and franchises into other media, merchandising and publishing.

Atari is listed on NYSE Euronext Paris stock exchange and affiliated with Nasdaq International under the symbol PONGF on the U.S. OTC market. This section of the website provides information more specifically dedicated to shareholders, investors and financial market professionals.

GOVERNANCE

The Board directs the Group’s strategic axes.

FREDERIC CHESNAIS
Chairman of the Board and CEO, Nomination and Compensation Committee member

Frédéric Chesnais is a graduate of Paris Institute of Political Studies and holds degrees in Finance and Law. He started his career as a financial consultant and practised as a lawyer focused on merger and acquisitions. He then worked for Lazard from 1995 to 2000.

From 2001 to 2007, he was part of the management team of the Atari Group, the videogame publisher, first as Deputy COO and Chief Financial Officer of the Group, and then as Chief Executive Officer of Atari Interactive. In 2007, he left Atari to create his own videogame production company. In 2013, he became a significant shareholder of the Atari Group through the purchase of Atari securities held by BlueBay.

ALEX ZYNGIER
Director, Audit Committee Member

Graduate of the University of Campinas, Brazil with a degree in Chemical Engineering, Alex Zyngier also graduated from the University of Chicago with an MBA in Finance & Accounting. He started his career as a technical brand Officer for Procter & Gamble then he worked as a consultant for McKinsey & Co. in Chicago and New York. He joined CRT Capital Group LLC, then joined Goldman Sachs & Co. where he worked as a distressed portfolio manager until 2007 when he joined Deutsche Bank until 2008.

From 2009 to 2013, he was a Portfolio Manager for Alden Global Capital.

Mr. Zyngier is the founding partner of Batuta Capital Advisors LLC, where he works actively with a select set of companies and credit/equity investors to execute special situation credit/equity financings. He is also on the board of GT Advanced Technologies Inc., a private company in the advanced materials sector, as well as AudioEye, Inc., a technology company that provides web access to individuals with disability. In 2013, he became a shareholder of the Atari group through the purchase of Atari securities held by BlueBay.

ERICK EUVRARD
Independent Director, Audit Committee Chairman

Graduate from ESSEC Business School. He worked nine years for the Corporate Recovery Services division of Arthur Andersen in Paris. Then he headed the turnaround of a clothing industry group as a CEO, before performing a leveraged buyout of a retail company.

Since then he manages Quadrature a consulting firm offering professional services for restructuring and turnaround situations or acquisitions.

ALYSSA PADIA WALLES
Independent Director, Nomination and Compensation Committee Chairman

President of Amplitude Consulting, she has extensive experience in media start-ups to multinational companies. Alyssa Walles has a wide expertise, notably in the development and management of companies, sales, brand promotion as well as international marketing in the interactive business (video games, apps, on-line games, etc.).

Graduated from University of Southern California, she is also a mentor at the USC Marshall School of Business, a founding member of the Long Beach TEC (a multimedia incubateur) and a consultative member of list games.

ISABELLE ANDRES
Independent Director, Nomination and Compensation Committee member.

A graduate of HEC and the University of Paris X-Nanterre (bachelor’s in psychology), Isabelle has been evolving for over 20 years in the digital, media and entertainment sectors.

She began her career in radio (Lagardère Group then Radio-France), then in the audiovisual production sector (téléImages – Groupe ZodiacMedia). In 2009, she joined BetclicEverest Group (online gambling) first as Deputy General Manager in charge of Finance, then Group General Manager from 2013 to 2017. She is now Chief Executive Officer of the Alchimie Group, aggregator. and distributor of digital content (videos, games) on web and mobile.

The Board may appoint censors who attend meetings
of the Board of Directors with an advisory vote

FRANK DANGEARD
Censor

Frank E. Dangeard is a graduate of the HEC School (Jouy-Entreprise Prize), the Paris Institut of Political Studies (Laureate) and Harvard Law School (HLS Scholar, Fulbright Scholar).

He worked at Sullivan & Cromwell in New York and London (1986-1988), then as Managing Director of SG Warburg in London, Madrid and Paris (1989-1997).

He was Deputy General Manager of Thomson Mutimédia (1997-2002), then of France Telecom (mid 2002-mid 2004), then CEO of Thomson (mid 2004-early 2008). He is a director of Symantec (US), RPX (US) and Deputy Chairman of Telenor (Norway).

The Executive Committee is the Group Executive instance,
it implements the strategy formulated by the Board of Directors.

FREDERIC CHESNAIS
Chairman of the Board and CEO, Nomination and Compensation Committee member

Frédéric Chesnais is a graduate of Paris Institute of Political Studies and holds degrees in Finance and Law. He started his career as a financial consultant and practised as a lawyer focused on merger and acquisitions. He then worked for Lazard from 1995 to 2000.

From 2001 to 2007, he was part of the management team of the Atari Group, the videogame publisher, first as Deputy COO and Chief Financial Officer of the Group, and then as Chief Executive Officer of Atari Interactive. In 2007, he left Atari to create his own videogame production company. In 2013, he became a significant shareholder of the Atari Group through the purchase of Atari securities held by BlueBay.

PHILIPPE MULARSKI
Chief Financial Officer

Chartered accountant and auditor, he began his career in audit firms at Aplitec and KPMG. He was Accounting Director for Sucres et Denrées Group, Chartered Accountant and Statutory Auditor in his own firm, Accounting Director then Financial Director in the Lagardère Group, then has led transition management missions in companies faced with significant issues.

He joined the Atari Group in 2014

The Audit Committee is responsible for the quality of internal control
and the reliability of information provided to shareholders and financial markets

ERICK EUVRARD
Independent Director, Audit Committee Chairman

Graduate from ESSEC Business School. He worked nine years for the Corporate Recovery Services division of Arthur Andersen in Paris. Then he headed the turnaround of a clothing industry group as a CEO, before performing a leveraged buyout of a retail company.

Since then he manages Quadrature a consulting firm offering professional services for restructuring and turnaround situations or acquisitions.

ALEX ZYNGIER
Director, Audit Committee Member

Graduate of the University of Campinas, Brazil with a degree in Chemical Engineering, Alex Zyngier also graduated from the University of Chicago with an MBA in Finance & Accounting. He started his career as a technical brand Officer for Procter & Gamble then he worked as a consultant for McKinsey & Co. in Chicago and New York. He joined CRT Capital Group LLC, then joined Goldman Sachs & Co. where he worked as a distressed portfolio manager until 2007 when he joined Deutsche Bank until 2008.

From 2009 to 2013, he was a Portfolio Manager for Alden Global Capital.

Mr. Zyngier is the founding partner of Batuta Capital Advisors LLC, where he works actively with a select set of companies and credit/equity investors to execute special situation credit/equity financings. He is also on the board of GT Advanced Technologies Inc., a private company in the advanced materials sector, as well as AudioEye, Inc., a technology company that provides web access to individuals with disability. In 2013, he became a shareholder of the Atari group through the purchase of Atari securities held by BlueBay.

The Nomination and Compensation Committee reviews compensation
policies members of the Executive Committee and Corporate Officers

ALYSSA PADIA WALLES
Independent Director, Nomination and Compensation Committee Chairman

President of Amplitude Consulting, she has extensive experience in media start-ups to multinational companies. Alyssa Walles has a wide expertise, notably in the development and management of companies, sales, brand promotion as well as international marketing in the interactive business (video games, apps, on-line games, etc.).

Graduated from University of Southern California, she is also a mentor at the USC Marshall School of Business, a founding member of the Long Beach TEC (a multimedia incubateur) and a consultative member of list games.

ISABELLE ANDRES
Independent Director, Nomination and Compensation Committee member.

A graduate of HEC and the University of Paris X-Nanterre (bachelor’s in psychology), Isabelle has been evolving for over 20 years in the digital, media and entertainment sectors.

She began her career in radio (Lagardère Group then Radio-France), then in the audiovisual production sector (téléImages – Groupe ZodiacMedia). In 2009, she joined BetclicEverest Group (online gambling) first as Deputy General Manager in charge of Finance, then Group General Manager from 2013 to 2017. She is now Chief Executive Officer of the Alchimie Group, aggregator. and distributor of digital content (videos, games) on web and mobile.

FREDERIC CHESNAIS
Chairman of the Board and CEO, Nomination and Compensation Committee member

Frédéric Chesnais is a graduate of Paris Institute of Political Studies and holds degrees in Finance and Law. He started his career as a financial consultant and practised as a lawyer focused on merger and acquisitions. He then worked for Lazard from 1995 to 2000.

From 2001 to 2007, he was part of the management team of the Atari Group, the videogame publisher, first as Deputy COO and Chief Financial Officer of the Group, and then as Chief Executive Officer of Atari Interactive. In 2007, he left Atari to create his own videogame production company. In 2013, he became a significant shareholder of the Atari Group through the purchase of Atari securities held by BlueBay.