Sandrine Caloiaro, who headed Ubisoft's portfolio management department, has decided to quit. She worked for the company for ten years.

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Kaloyaro's resignation was announced by journalist Ethan Gach in the Dead Game newsletter. Kaloyaro confirmed to him that she had left Ubisoft, but did not tell him about the reasons for this decision or about plans for the future.

"I am confident that Ubisoft will continue to create great games, and I wish her every success in the future," added Kaloyaro.

A Ubisoft representative commented to Gachu that Kaloyaro's teams will now report to Marie-Sophie de Waubert, Senior vice president for work with Ubisoft studios.

Kaloyaro joined Ubisoft in April 2014. For the first six years, she served as Vice President of Consumer and Market Analytics. In January 2021, she became responsible for managing a portfolio of more than 35 Ubisoft brands. In particular, she began to decide how Ubisoft's largest franchises should be developed and monetized.

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Dead Game