Adam Fletcher Returns as Diablo 4 Community Development Lead

After a brief hiatus, Adam Fletcher announced a few hours ago that he is back at Blizzard Entertainment with a new job position as Community Development lead (manager) in the Diablo 4 team.

This is good news for Diablo Immortal beta, Diablo IV, and any new unannounced Diablo game in development. His job description encompasses the whole Diablo franchise.

For a bit of a intro to his past work, he was a Communications and Community Director at Microsoft from 2015-2017 for the Gears of War team, also doing some marketing and PR.

Then he had a stint at Twitch as Publisher and Developer of Strategic Partnerships from 2017-2018.

Shortly after, Adam Fletcher joined Blizzard Entertainment from 2018-2019 as Global eSports Product Lead in the Classic Games team — including StarCraft: Remastered, Warcraft III: Reforged, Heroes of the Storm and StarCraft II.

Later he joined Digital Extremes studios as senior product marketing manager of the game Warframe from Apr 2019 to May 2020.

Today he starts as the new Community Development manager for the Diablo franchise — source

Today is my 1st day back at @Blizzard_Ent. It’s also my 16th month here! Excited to announce that I will be leading up Community Development for the @Diablo franchise! Excited to be part of an amazing publishing team here! (Photos are what I posted on my 1st day back in ‘18 😅)

In addition, Adam Fletcher is looking for new Diablo Community Managers to join his team. You can apply for this job opening here.

Special thanks to Corey for the buzz.

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