SEGA will undergo a big change as one of its big faces, Kenji Matsubara, has just left the company after 6 years of activity.
It was in October 2014 that Kenji Matsubara, joined SEGA. At the time, the man joined the ranks of the company as director of new technologies. A position he held for three years, before being appointed vice-president of the brand in 2017.
In an official press release, SEGA explains that the departure of the Japanese is done for personal reasons without further details.
Before SEGA, Matsubara worked for 9 years for Koei Tecmo as CEO of the publisher.
It remains to be seen who will be appointed as a replacement.
Source : gamerant.com