Leigh Alexander moves from Kotaku to Gamasutra

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 8 August 2008 11:44 GMT

Kotaku stalwart Leigh Alexander has left the blog for a role as news director at the CMP-owned B2B site, Gamasutra.

She sent out an email last week confirming the move, which was effective as of August 1, saying she’d miss her colleagues at Kotaku but was excited about the new job.

Alexander became one of the most recognisable names on Kotaku thanks to her extensive business reporting.

We wish her all the best.

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