A veteran PlayStation executive is stepping down soon. Tsuyoshi Kodera, who helped pioneer PlayStation’s online services, is leaving his position with PlayStation at the end of this fiscal year, which will be on March 31.
VGC reports that Kodera will move to a different role within Sony starting on April 1. The company has not announced Kodera’s replacement, or what his new role will be.
Kodera has been with Sony for decades and first joined SIE in 2010. He helped to launch the PlayStation Store, PlayStation Plus and Now services, along with the PlayStation Video and Music operations. He was made deputy president of PlayStation in 2016, and then briefly served as CEO and president between the tenures of Andrew House and Jim Ryan.
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