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Swedish / Iranian
Amir Moulavi is the former Minecraft Realms lead developer at Mojang Studios. Originally a contractor with the company from September 2012, he was officially inducted into the company in June 2013. He moderated the Persian section of the official Minecraft translating in Crowdin. He went to "Nasr High School of Mashhad" and after that to "Islamic Azad University" to learn Computer Engineering. He worked in Squace AB from 2009 to 2010 and Jayway AB from 2010 to 2013.
He publicly announced his departure from Mojang in February, 2016.
- "Thanks for all birthday congrats! :)" – @mamirm, September 22, 2013
- "@Chilangosta89 Hey, I'm responsible for Minecraft Realms development. Read more here: bit.ly/10NHe1K" – @mamirm, March 13, 2013
- "@DarthBotto You can at least correct this: I've been a consultant at Mojang from Sep 2012" – @mamirm, June 11, 2013
- "It's been incredible to work on @Minecraft but it's time for new challenges, good bye @Mojang, hello @Klarna :)" – @mamirm, February 21, 2016