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PS Vita advocate Gio Corsi leaves PlayStation

He was with the company for over six years

PS Vita advocate Gio Corsi leaves PlayStation

Gio Corsi has left his role as PlayStation’s head of global second-party games.

Corsi - an advocate for the PlayStation Vita - announced the news on Twitter (below), revealing that last week was his final week with the firm.

“It’s been a hell of a ride but last week was my final one at PlayStation. I’m taking some time off but I will be back in games soon enough,” said Corsi.

“I’m extremely proud of all the amazing things we accomplished. Big love to everyone past & present who made my time there truly special.”

Previous work

Corsi was with the company for over six years - his first position was senior director for third-party production and developer relations.

Prior to PlayStation, he worked at LucasArts, first as games executive producer then as lead producer and co-president in charge of production. He was with the publisher for four years.

His other roles include a short stint at Nexon Publishing North America and nearly four years at Propaganda Games as development director, then as franchise producer.

Corsi also worked as a producer and director for Mainframe Entertainment, which he joined following his work at following his time at Electronic Arts Canada.

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