For those bashing EA..... Any old-schooler will tell ya, EA is not some great company. Yeah, they've released some great games, but the bottom line is they're the fabled 'corporate giant' out to make money and eliminate competitors. Been that way since the early 80's. Another victim of EA you might have heard of, the Wing Commander series (Privateer as well). If they can't rush out better games than you, they'll buy you out and kill your franchise.
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Oh man Cara Ellison? She always shows up in the best places!
After 4 years as Managing Director of Sony Computer Entertainment UK, Fergal Gara resigns from his position and is to be replaced by Warwick Light who is a 20 year veteran of Sony.
Feral Gara became Vice President and Managing Director of SCE UK in 2011 and helped the PlayStation make amazing sales, reaching the 2 million milestone. He is leaving Sony Computer Entertainment to pursue other ventures, but the thing is, it was reported just yesterday that PlayStation 4 sales have reached 25.3 million. The timing is quite interesting. However, there is no bad blood between the company and him and he is leaving on good terms. Gara thanked his team in the UK and Ireland who helped him in his endeavors and to be as successful as he was.
Now the man who will be replacing his position is Warwick Light, General Manager of the Nordic region. In the past, Light has worked in Europe and New Zealand in other divisions of Sony entertainment. He has plenty of experience to do well in his new position.
“Fergal is an extremely talented leader, and in his four years managing the UK business has significantly strengthened the brand and made countless contributions to our success. He has also served as a key member of the European Executive team, helping to steer PlayStation to even greater heights. We are extremely grateful for his dedication and for the legacy that he leaves.”
– Jim Ryan, President and CEO