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Reggie Fils-Aime Retires from Nintendo, Doug Bowser Appointed

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Reggie Fils-Aime Retires from Nintendo, Doug Bowser Appointed

After a successful career at Nintendo, Reggie Fils-Aime who was until today the Nintendo Of America President has decided to retire, he received a warmth farewell message from Nintendo’s executives.

Doug Bowser, who currently is the Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, of Nintendo of America will succeed him as the president of the company in America.

“I really appreciate everything Reggie has done for Nintendo,” said Shuntaro Furukawa, President of Nintendo Co., Ltd. “Inside and outside our company, Reggie is known as an exceptional leader. We are grateful that he is leaving the business in good shape with strong momentum. While we will miss him and we wish him the very best in his retirement, we are also pleased to have such an able successor ready to step into that role. Doug Bowser and the rest of the team will ensure a seamless transition and continued momentum for Nintendo.”

“Nintendo owns a part of my heart forever,” Fils-Aime said. “It’s a part that is filled with gratitude – for the incredibly talented people I’ve worked with, for the opportunity to represent such a wonderful brand, and most of all, to feel like a member of the world’s most positive and enduring gamer community. As I look forward to departing in both good health and good humor, this is not ‘game over’ for me, but instead ‘leveling up’ to more time with my wife, family and friends.”

“It has been my great fortune to work with and be mentored by Reggie for four years at Nintendo of America,” Bowser said. “And rest assured, we will continue to build on his work to evolve and expand our brand, furthering Nintendo’s global mission of creating smiles. There are millions more of those to come.”

Read the full article at – Nintendo Insider.

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