GameSpot’s Gerstmann-gate “baddie” moves to Double Fusion

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 19 August 2008 05:55 GMT

According to this GameDaily piece, Josh Larson – the exec often as being involved with the “removal” of Jeff Gerstmann from Gamespot last year – has left CNET and is now part of in-game ad firm Double Fusion.

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