Although he’s been hard at work at multiple non-GTTV related projects like The Game Awards, he’s still been a fixture at the outlet.
His Twitter bio has been updated toremoved the reference to working for Game Trailers: He was then questioned about this by a follower and seemed to all but confirm his departure from the outlet in this tweet: Keighley launched Game Slice recently, which is a podcast/audiocast unaffiliated with Game Trailers and with The Game Awards being a successful by all accounts, it seems Keighly has possibly become too preoccupied with his own projects to work in full capacity at Game Trailers.
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