US PlayStation Network boss exits Sony

By Brenna Hillier, Monday, 30 January 2012 05:21 GMT

Sony has confirmed to VentureBeat that Susan Panico, former US head of the PlayStation Network, has left Sony. Patrick Seybold confirmed the departure and wished Panico the best, but gave no indication of her reasons for departure or identity of her replacement. The executive was probably best known to PSN members for her regular contributions to the PlayStation Blog, but behind the scenes, helped steer the PSN to its current membership of over 77 million globally.

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