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Doug Bowser makes a trip to Nintendo OSAKA

Back when Reggie was running the show for Nintendo of America, we used to hear from and see the big guy all the time. When Doug Bowser took over for Reggie, we saw Doug in action a little bit at the start, but ever since he’s gone pretty much radio silent. That’s why it’s surprising to see Bowser pop up on Twitter with some insight into what he’s been doing.
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Random: Doug Bowser Takes A Trip To Nintendo's Kyoto Headquarters

Nintendo of America's president Doug Bowser appears to be catching up with his bosses over at the main headquarters in Kyoto, Japan. He recently shared a shot of the office in a post on social media and followed up with photos of the new Osaka store, which is now open.
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Nintendo's Doug Bowser praises OlliOlli World, shows off his own skating prowess

Nintendo of America President Doug Bowser isn’t all that active on Twitter, but every once in awhile he pops up to share some comments about Nintendo. In one of his latest tweets, Bowser decided to heap some praise on the Switch title OlliOlli World. We’re not sure what prompted...
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Doug Bowser gives 2022 commencement speech at University of Utah

Doug Bowser is a University of Utah alum, and he was asked back to give the commencement speech for the graduating class of 2022. Bowser may be known as the president of Nintendo of America nowadays, but he was nothing more than a University of Utah graduate decades ago. He eventually moved on to spend time at Proctor & Gamble, and then eventually wound up at the halls of Nintendo.

Doug Bowser finds Nintendo contractor complaints “troubling”

Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser has said that he finds the recent contractor complaints at the company “troubling.”. Axios has published excerpts from an internal e-mail that Bowser sent, in which he acknowledged the reports. These have to do with what some contractors have described as a culture of exclusion at the company. Not only that, but a lack of progression opportunities for contractors, and pay complaints.

Nintendo president Doug Bowser says contractor concerns are “troubling”

Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser has responded internally to reports that recently surfaced regarding concerns from its contractors. Everything started when a staffer claimed that their right to unionize was violated. This person subsequently filed a complaint filed with the National Labor Relations Board. Since then, a number of outlets have come out with further reports quoting contractors that have spoken out about difficult situations they’ve faced while working as part of Nintendo.
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US: Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser sends letter to Cub Scouts congratulating them for achievements

Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser has sent six Cub Scouts a lovely congratulatory letter for their achievements after they were awarded the rank of Arrow of Light, which is the highest achievement in Cub Scouting. A Cub Scout leader held a special Blue & Gold Banquet as a prize for their achievements with the theme of electronics. The Cub Scout leader reached out to Nintendo of America to see if they could send congratulatory letters to each of the six Scouts who had earned the coveted Arrow of Light award. It turns out that Doug Bowser heard what was happening from Nintendo of America’s PR department and he sent them bookmarks and six heartfelt letters—one for each Cub Scout. You can read one of the letters sent below.

Nintendo’s Doug Bowser calls Activision crisis ‘distressing’ in note to employees

Another of Activision’s console partners has weighed in on that company’s sex harassment and discrimination crisis, telling employees that the events surrounding the Call of Duty maker “distressing and disturbing.”. Fanbyte reports that Doug Bowser, the president of Nintendo of America, sent NOA workers an email saying the company has...

Nintendo’s Doug Bowser calls Activision Blizzard reports ‘disturbing’

Nintendo has joined fellow console makers PlayStation and Xbox in expressing concern over the Activision Blizzard scandal. An internal email reveals the company is also taking action in response to the new reports, but it’s not clear what those actions are. The Wall Street Journal last week published a report...

Sony And Microsoft Joined By Nintendo’s Doug Bowser In Activision Condemnation

Doug Bowser, head of Nintendo of America, has joined Sony and Microsoft in their condemnation of Activision Blizzard, according to a leaked image originating on Fanbyte. According to Bowser’s email, representatives for Nintendo have been in touch with the Call of Duty publisher and have taken action. Along with all...

Nintendo's Doug Bowser Reportedly Calls Ongoing Activision Blizzard Scandal "Distressing and Disturbing"

It seems Nintendo has become the latest company to speak out against the ongoing reports of sexual harassment surrounding Activision Blizzard, joining both Sony and Xbox. In a report by Fanbyte, Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser issued an internal response to employees, calling the situation with Activision Blizzard "distressing and disturbing." The email, sent on Nov. 19, was received by all levels of Nintendo of America including internal development studios.

Nintendo’s Doug Bowser addresses Activision Blizzard reports in internal email

Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser reportedly says the company is taking action. Two heads of the major console manufacturers have issued internal statements in light of the recent reports on Activision Blizzard and its CEO Bobby Kotick, and now a third is joining them. A new report from Fanbyte says Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser sent an internal email out last Friday addressing the Wall Street Journal report.

Nintendo Concerned About Activision-Blizzard Reports; Doug Bowser Calls the Reports “Distressing and Disturbing”

Nintendo has issued an internal response to the ongoing reports of sexual harassment and toxicity at Activision-Blizzard. Last week, it became clear that Xbox head Phil Spencer and PlayStation boss Jim Ryan sent out e-mails to staff about the ongoing situation at Activision-Blizzard, both condemning how the publisher has been handling the sexual harassment and toxicity allegations.