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SCEE and SCEA presidents take on executive VP roles

Sony Computer Entertainment has announced that SCEE president David Reeves and SCEA boss Kaz Hirai have been made executive vice presidents of the company's corporate executive group.

Sony Computer Entertainment has announced that SCEE president David Reeves and SCEA boss Kaz Hirai have been made executive vice presidents of the company's corporate executive group.

According to a statement posted on Sony's corporate website, partially translated by GameSpot, "both Kazuo Hirai and David Reeves will be deeply involved in corporate strategy for the SCE Group from now on, in addition to handling business in North America and Europe."

Reeves joined Sony Computer Entertainment in 1995, and took over from Chris Deering as president in 2004. Hirai has also been with the company for just over a decade now, and became SCEA president in 2003.

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