Since retiring from his role as the Nintendo of America president last April, Reggie Fils-Aimé has joined GameStop's board of directors, Cornell University as a Leader in Residence, and even returned to The Game Awards as a presenter. Now, in the latest update, he's joined the board of directors of the children's entertainment company, Spin Master Corp.
The board wanted to bolster its experience in entertainment and digital gaming, so it's taken on Reggie and Christina Miller, former president of WarnerMedia's Kids Young Adults and Classic Division. Here's the announcement on Reggie's Twitter:
Spin Master Corp is a global toy and entertainment company covering brands like PAW Patrol, Hatchimals, Bakugan, and Erector by Meccano. It's also had more than 110 TIA Toy of The Year nominations and 30 wins across a variety of categories. On top of this, it's produced eleven television series broadcast across more than 160 countries and territories globally.
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