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Epic Games’ President Departs
Mike Capps, Epic Games’ president is resigning after ten years. Capps made the announcement in a blog-post on Epic’s website.
Capps wrote: “It’s hard to believe I’m writing these words, but here goes! After 10 crazy and wonderful years, I’m handing off my current presidential duties at Epic, and transitioning into an advisory role as well as remaining on the Epic board of directors.
“I’ll continue to be available as a resource to Epic, to provide context or advice where I can. Whatever I can do to help in Epic’s success, I’m in! I’ve got great confidence in our executive team.”
Capps follows Cliff Bleszinski, Rod Fergusson, and Adrian Chmielarz who have all resigned from their positions in Epic over the past year.
It is not immediately apparent who will takeover from Capps.