Sony Interactive Entertainment Australia’s Managing Director Has Been Made Redundant

Kotaku Australia can confirm that Michael Ephraim, Managing Director of Sony Interactive Entertainment Australia, has been made redundant after 24 years of service.

A reliable source has confirmed that last week, the higher ups informed Michael of the decision. His redundancy will be effective at the end of this week.

Michael Ephraim arrived at Sony Australia back in 1992, after working at the now obsolete Ozisoft. Had he remained until June he would have spent 25 years as Managing Director at Sony Interactive Entertainment Australia. It’s a surprising end to an incredible run.

At this point the reasons for the redundancy are unclear. We reached out to Sony Australia locally, but have yet to hear back at time of publishing.

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