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Vinnie Caravela, Alex Navarro and Brad Obushtar leave a giant bomb



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Vinnie Caravela, Alex Navarro and Brad Shoemaker, founders of A giant bomb team, announced today that they are leaving the site.

During record a live podcast on Twitch, the three announced that their last day was Friday. A giant bomb founder Jeff Gerstman remains in place for now.

A giant bomb was founded in 2008 by Gerstman and fellow journalist Ryan Davis after Gerstman contradictory shooting from GameSpot, and will eventually hire a few exes GameSpot editors such as Caravella, Navarro and Shoemaker to fill its ranks. At the time, he was distancing himself from other gaming media, focusing on a subscription model that relied heavily on its hosts’ ability to act as individuals rather than strict journalists.

After coming down from the ground in San Francisco, A giant bomb opened an office in New York in 2014, known as Giant Bomb East, which created a separate podcast and unique projects before the covid-19 pandemic and the departure of staff forced the team to reunite into one group. Other remarkable A giant bomb employees over the years include Patrick Klepek and Austin Walker, both of whom now work at DEPUTYand WWE podcast producer Dan Rikert and alive meme Drew Scanlon.

Cat has reached A giant bomb for comment.


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