Venture Beat reports: “As we digest the news today that Oculus co-founder Brendan Iribe is stepping down from his role as CEO of the company and moving to head up the PC VR team, we asked Oculus whether Palmer Luckey would be staying with Facebook and Oculus through the transition. ‘Palmer is still at Oculus and we’ll have more to share on his new role soon,’ is our answer from an Oculus spokesperson. Luckey’s role at Oculus infamously came into question when an article by The Daily Beast tied him in September to a crude election propaganda group. In the run-up to the bitterly divisive U.S. presidential election, the article left Luckey — once the face of Oculus and virtual reality in general — silent on the public social media channels he used to communicate with VR enthusiasts.”

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