Xbox Live GM Dan McCulloch has announced he's leaving Microsoft after spending 15 years with the company. In a message on Twitter, McCulloch said he "truly had a blast," and he's excited about what's 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 be announcing that very soon, you all will be pumped! Thank you!!!"
McCulloch joined Microsoft back in 2005 as a Program Manager, and later worked heavily on the Kinect for Xbox 360 and Hololens teams before becoming the Partner General Manager of Xbox Live in 2017. From everyone here at Pure Xbox, we wish Dan the best of luck with his future career!
What do you make of this news? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
Best of luck to him..
Head of PSNow would be stellar! Haha
Good luck to him in the future
All the best Dan!
Xbox Live revolutionized online gaming on consoles, changing how we play games to this day, years ahead of the competition. He & his team did an amazing job. 👍🏻
Truly an amazing guy and I wish him the best of luck with whatever he decides to do next in life.
Genuinely lovely guy and a real visionary. Hats off to him, and good luck to whatever challenge he takes on next!
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