Capcom’s Seth Killian has announced he is leaving the firm to pursue other opportunities. For six years, Killiam, the firm’s biggest Street Fighter proponent, was Capcom’s marketing director of online and community and also the co-founder of the annual EVO fighting game tournaments. “I have chosen a new path which will let me embrace a new dream, but to everyone that ever believed in this dream we shared together, let me say this final thanks,” he wrote on Capcom Unity. “I will leave as I began–a Capcom fan for life, looking forward to all the great games still to come.” Killian’s last day is on June 22.
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