Dan McCulloch, a 15-year Microsoft veteran who most recently worked at Xbox as the leader of Xbox Live, has left the company. McCulloch announced the news on Twitter, saying he “truly had a blast” during his run at Xbox.
He didn’t reveal what’s next, but McCulloch said he’s “extremely excited” about the next chapter of career and he looks forward to sharing details “very soon.” He might be staying in gaming, as he told his followers, “You will all be pumped” about what he’s doing next.
After 15 years at XBOX, I announced today that I would be leaving. I made so many friends, learned so much and truly had a blast! I’m extremely excited about the next opportunity in my career and I will will be announcing that very soon, you all will be pumped! 😉 Thank you!!! pic.twitter.com/dcbhKCgn8f
— Dan McCulloch (@McDanRandom) June 30, 2020
According to his LinkedIn page, McCulloch started at Microsoft in 2005 as a program manager on non-gaming projects. He moved to the Xbox team in 2007 when he became lead producer on Forza Motorsport 3 and 4.
Author Eddie Makuch
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