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Ouya Co-Founder Parts Ways With Company

Posted on Thursday, January 16 @ 06:06:07 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Muffi Ghadiali, the co-founder of Ouya, has parted ways with the company.

The man who helped found the business has not shared why he decided to leave, but Ouya provided the following statement regarding his departure to TechCrunch:

OUYA is focusing more on the next phase of the business and product development. We’ve made some recent changes including the departure of Muffi Ghadiali who was invaluable during the launch of OUYA.  As is to be expected, OUYA is an ever-changing business, and as we continue to grow our needs shift accordingly.

The Ouya console has failed to really take off, and by all accounts, I don't think it likely ever will. Do you have an Ouya? What do you think of the cube-shaped console? Was it doomed from the start? Let us know in the comments below.

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