Cloud gaming service OnLive may be under new ownership, but CEO Steve Perlman is keeping his position with the new OnLive.
It was announced at the start of the week that OnLive would continue operating under tech investment company Lauder Partners, with just under 50 percent of the original staff offered new positions at the new OnLive. The executives, on the other hand, were mostly unaffected, and that includes Perlman.
An OnLive representative released the following statement regarding Perlman's position:
"Steve continues as CEO and is currently concentrating on the transition; once this is complete, he'll be very focused on our next product releases and the vision
"There will be changes to the organization both with old and new OnLive staff that will be bringing new features and games to the service. There will be more announcements - both large and small, such as the arrival of the Vizio CoStar and the Ouya Kicktarter project, and stay tuned for major announcements coming soon."
OnLive previously stated that despite all the turmoil, all services will continue, and the company plans to continue supporting all apps and devices. This has led to the assumption that OUYA support will also be maintained.