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Microsoft's often troubled relationship with PC gaming took a positive step in our eyes when the company hired Jason Holtman , previously the head of Steam at Valve, last summer. Now it looks like the gain was short-lived as it emerges that Holtman has left Microsoft after only six months.
A source who knows Holtman tells PC Gamer that he posted a confirmation and goodbye on his Facebook page: “Last week I left Microsoft and said goodbye to my friends there. Now looking around for something interesting and fun—no end of that in video games!”
Microsoft has not made a statement about the apparent departure—we'll update when we've learned more about the future of Microsoft's relationship with PC gaming and Holtman's short-lived tenure there.