Sony Computer Entertainment America has been rocked by the departure of two more key executives.
IndustryGamers reports that both VP of marketing Scott Steinberg and senior VP of publisher relations Rob Dyer have quit the publisher.
Steinberg was rumoured to have been escorted out of the building by security, though SCEA has since confirmed that he resigned from his role. Dyer, on the other hand, is tipped to have quit for the role of head of partner publishing at Zynga.
The moves follow the shock departure of senior VP of marketing Peter Dille and PSN in March.
There are several theories as to the seeming unrest at SCE's American arm. There's little doubt that Microsoft's on-going dominance in the region – Xbox 360 sold close to 1m units in Black Friday week – will not have been of any help.