Kellee Santiago will step down as Ouya's head of developer relations to join the Google Play Games team.
Santiago confirmed the move onTwitter, stating that she'll join Google's studio in Mountain View, California.
Her departure from Ouya followsRazer's purchase of the microconsole makeralong with founder Julie Uhrman's own exit.
Santiago is also known for co-founding renowned indie studio thatgamecompany, which credits include Journey, Flower and Flow. She left the developer tojoin Ouya's teamin 2012.