Sony has a restructuring: PlayStation boss Sean Leiden has left the company, but not one

Sean Leiden, Sony's gaming boss, leaves the company after 32 years of work.

What is known

According to

Eurogamer, Leiden has been working with the PlayStation brand with1987, becoming the unofficial face of the company at E3. Until 2018, he served as the boss of Sony Computer Entertainment America, and then led SIE Worldwide Studios, the gaming division of PlayStation. Under the supervision of Leiden, the exclusive Detroit saw the light: Become Human, God of War and Days Gone.

“We are very excited to announce thatWorldwide Studios chairman Sean Leiden will leave SIE. We will miss his wise guidance. We wish him success in future endeavors and are deeply grateful for his years of service. Thanks for everything, Shawn! ”Wrote the official PlayStation account.

It is still unknown who will take Sean’s chair, and Sonynever explained the reason for the employee’s departure. At the same time, Gematsu noticed that the president of the Japanese SIE division, Atsushi Morita, also resigned, losing his chair to Kazuhiko Taekda. According to reporters, on October 1, the second half of the fiscal year for Japanese companies begins, which also means staff changes. Perhaps Sean Leiden also came under the influence of an internal “restructuring”.