Sony veteran Tsuyoshi Kodera is leaving his place as Deputy President at Sony Interactive Entertainment for a distinct position throughout the company.

According to a press launch noticed by Video Games Chronicle, efficient April 1st, Kodera can be Officer in command of Digital Transformation Strategy, Information Systems, and Information Security. He will report back to Hiroki Totoki, Executive Deputy President and CFO, and Representative Corporate Executive Officer.

Kodera’s profession at Sony spans 30 years. After becoming a member of SIE, he helped oversee the launch of a number of on-line providers together with the PlayStation Store, PlayStation Plus, PlayStation Now, PlayStation Video, and PlayStation Music. In 2017 when then govt Andrew House stepped down, Kodera was named president and CEO of SIE – a place at present held by Jim Ryan.

“It’s a great honor to take on the role of President and CEO, SIE,” Kodera mentioned on the time. “I’m very grateful to Kaz and Andy for the trust and faith they have shown in me. I intend to build on the amazing progress Andy has made enhancing the PlayStation brand and expanding the game and network services business, and will strive to further strengthen the unique value proposition we are able to offer via the PlayStation platform.”

According to VGC, it was throughout Kodera’s tenure that PS Plus grew to become a serious income for SIE. As of May 2020, the service boasts over 40 million subscribers. Sony hasn’t disclosed who can be changing Kodera’s present position, however the firm lately promised “interesting stuff” sooner or later for each PS Plus and PS Now.

[Source: Sony by way of VGC]