The global PR director of Twitch is to depart from the company after a long stint.
Chase has been overseeing the media relations for the streaming giant since 2013 but has been involved with the company since its launch back in 2011.
Twitch is yet to issue a statement regarding Chase's departure, but it is thought that the company is replacing him with FortySeven Communications, an external PR agency.
End of an era
"I wanted to let you know that I am moving on from Twitch, so after 8 years I will no longer be your point of contact," Chase said in an email to the press.
"I am not sure where I will be next, but ideally it will still be doing gaming related PR."
Chase also took to Twitter to announce the news, hailing Twitch as a "great place to work" and stating that he plans to stick around on the gaming scene.
Hi all! I saw the news that I was leaving Twitch made it to Twitter before I did. Yes it's true. It's been a thrilling 8 years at a great place to work with an awesome community to serve. Thanks for all the positive tweets! I plan to stick around the gaming scene so catch up soon— Chase (@ChasejustChase) February 12, 2019
In other Twitch news, tickets for the inaugural TwitchCon Europe convention are due to go on sale today. However, the company is yet to announce any details for the event, including featured guests, entertainment or even ticket prices.
The event Twitter account tweeted that the site would be updated today, but there is currently no new information on how to acquire tickets.