Nintendo has announced the closing of its headquarters in the German town of Grossostheim and, as a result of this corporate maneuver, 130 people have lost their jobs.
The words of the Japanese company say that the closure of these facilities will help the European division to “adapt to the rapidly changing business environment”.
“Nintendo Europe has entered a process of consultation with a large number of changes,” they report. “The measures include the consolidation of Headquarters taking them Großostheim to Frankfurt, and the closing of stores and offices of Grossostheim. In addition to reorganize certain functions”.
“These measures have not been taken lightly, and only have been conducted through analysis and thorough consideration,” he explained. “The measures, sadly, will have a direct SEOVEINTE effect on some of the employees of the offices of both places, which will involve the release of approximately 130 permanent jobs” for them explaining their commitment to offer support.