Sony America loses Steinberg and Dyer
No immediate replacements for marketing and publishing execs; Dyer to join social firm Zynga
Sony Computer Entertainment America has lost two senior executives ahead of the launch of PlayStation Vita.
Vice president of marketing Scott Steinberg, a regular at press events and front person for the company in media interviews, has resigned from his position, according to our sister site IndustryGamers.
And Rob Dyer, previously senior vice president for publisher relations has also left the company, to join social gaming firm Zynga as head of partner publishing.
Sony has no immediate replacements for either positions. The departures come following the stepping down of another Sony veteran, Peter Dille, who quit the company back in October.
Sony is due to launch its latest console, the PlayStation Vita handheld, in February.