Another bad blow for Blizzard , which for some months now seems to have entered a negative spiral from which it struggles to exit.
Today announced the farewell to the Irvine software company Kim Phan, global export director, after thirteen years spent in Irvine’s company with different roles.
Phan explained that it was “an honor and a privilege to serve this incredible community”, that must leave to “pursue a new commitment within the gaming industry” .
It is no mystery that Blizzard has started a policy of downsizing its efforts in the export scene, especially on titles like Heroes of the Storm.
Furthermore, a beating had arrived a few weeks ago when Overwatch League commissioner Nate Nanzer announced his farewell to switch to Fortnite exports.