Damon Baker has announced on Twitter that he is leaving Nintendo and is very thankful for the experience.
Hey folks, I wrote a thing. Ugh, emotions! Thank you all for your support of amazing content from big publishers to the #Nindies alike. It's been an honor to work with and be a part of this amazing community. Be good to each other and look forward to revealing more in 2019! 🙏 pic.twitter.com/8YKp8Pdccb
— Damon Baker (@DWBakes) December 21, 2018
Baker started out at Nintendo as the global manager of brand licensing in 2006 and transferred across to the role of head of third-party marketing and communications after three years. He began his current position as head of partner management in 2016.
What’s next for Damon Baker?
It is not clear where Baker is heading next, but he has done a great job on the Nintendo Switch with getting independent developers and third party developers onboard.
In 2019, he will pursue a new opportunity and promises fans this won’t be the last time they hear from him.