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Nintendo of America: The employee has been saying goodbye for more than a decade

Nintendo of America: The employee has been saying goodbye for more than a decade

Kotaku reported last month that Nintendo had closed its branches in California and Toronto. At the time, it was also confirmed that Nick Chavez, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Nintendo of America, would be replaced.

Chavez has now taken to social media to thank his colleagues for his work with Nintendo for the past 11.5 years and their continued support for Nintendo fans around the world:

ிக்கிழமைFriday is my last day on NintendoAmerica. I am grateful for the time spent playing, learning, and working with the best. Nintendo brings fun and smiles to people all over the world. I am proud to be a part of this work for the past 11.5 years.

Thanks to my colleagues and friends for this extraordinary journey from Kyoto to Redmond via RWC. On my first day, we supported the Super Mario Galaxy 2; On my last day we introduced Pokémon BD and SP. In the meantime, we’ve got Wii, 3DS, Wii U and Switch. I can not imagine a better trip together.

I will be a #Nintendo fan and player forever. I wish my Nintendo team, our company, media, corporate and retail partners and above all Nintendo gamers and fans, happiness, joy, success, magic and fun. The best has not yet come.

Chavez signs with KFC and Brand Yum! Brand. Nintendo has previously confirmed that Devon Pritchard will be acting interim director of sales, marketing and communications:

Devon Pritchard, executive vice president of business affairs and publisher relations at Nintendo of America (NOA), will serve as interim director of sales, marketing and communications following the departure of Nick Chavez. Ms. Pritchard will oversee the strategy and implementation of sales, marketing and communications across the United States and Canada. ”

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