Not long ago, we reported that the YouTube series Nintendo Minute was coming to an end, and now the show’s co-creator Krysta Yang has announced that she’s leaving Nintendo of America.
Krysta has been with the company for over 14 years, starting as a corporate affairs assistant and progressing to a public relations manager. Her decision to leave didn’t bring any bad news, as she referred to her position as a “dream job” for nothing but love for her friends and colleagues.President of Nintendo of America Doug Bowser, and co-host of Nintendo Minute Kit Ellis, responded to the news with a warm message of sympathy and gratitude.
Krysta’s future is currently unknown as she is unlikely to retire at the age of 37. Wherever she goes next, though, everyone at MyNintendoNews wishes her the best of luck in her endeavors. You can check out her full statement via Twitter below.