Sony names Jim Ryan as SIE Deputy President

Jim Ryan has been with Sony for more than 20 years. Jim Ryan has been with Sony for more than 20 years. SONY

Jim Ryan, Head of Global Sales and Marketing of SIE and President of Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe, is now the Deputy President of Sony Interactive Entertainment.

Sony says that in addition to his existing responsibilities as a Deputy President, Ryan will work together with President and Chief Executive Officer John (Tsuyoshi) Kodera and existing Deputy President Kazuo Miura "to further reinforce and accelerate the PlayStation business on a global scale."

"I'm very happy and pleased to have Jim as Deputy President," said Kodera.  "Jim has more than two decades of experience at PlayStation and has a great record of success, including the successful launches of PlayStation 4 Pro and PlayStation VR that he led as Head of Global Sales and Marketing.  With his deep knowledge around the game business and industry as well as his understanding of our own culture and strengths, I am confident that he will take our business to an even higher level."

Ryan joined SIEE in 1994 and has held a number of senior positions over the course of his twenty-three years with the company.  He was appointed President of SIEE in 2011 where he had the responsibility of leading the PlayStation business in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Oceania.  Ryan also served as head of Global Sales and Marketing at SIE since April 2016.

"It's a huge honor to be named a Deputy President of SIE," said Ryan.  "I'm looking forward to leveraging the experience that I have at PlayStation, both in Europe and also in leading Global Sales and Marketing, to support John Kodera as SIE strives to further expand the PlayStation business globally.  Together with all our employees and partners, I'm committed to continuing to deliver unique entertainment offerings that are only possible on PlayStation."

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