Mike Ybarra, the Corporate Vice President of Xbox Program Management, has revealed on Twitter that he is leaving Microsoft. He said that after 20 years spent in Microsoft, it was time for his next adventure. He thanked everyone at TeamXbox and expressed his pride in everything they’ve accomplished together. Also, in his second tweet, he thanked all of the fans and fellow gamers for their support.
Phil Spencer, Executive Vice President of Gaming at Microsoft, replied to Ybarra with a tweet saying: “Thank you for your many contributions to Microsoft and Xbox. You've been a strong advocate for our fans from day one, and have consistently driven to keep gamers at the center of everything we do. All of us at TeamXbox wish you the best.”
For now, there is no news about who is going to replace Mike Ybarra.