Damon Baker might not be quite as famous as certain other employees who work at Nintendo of America, but he's definitely not far off. Now, in an unexpected announcement, Baker has revealed via Twitter he will leave Nintendo after more than 12 years. In 2019, he will pursue a new opportunity and promises fans this won't be the last time they hear from him. Here's the full message below:
Baker started out at Nintendo as the global manager of brand licensing in 2006 and transferred across to the role of head of third-party marketing and communications after three years. He began his current position as head of partner management in 2016 and has since become more involved with the Nindie scene. Below is an amusing clip where he helped promote Runbow:
From the entire community here at Nintendo Life, we wish Damon all the best in his future endeavors.