G4 has just suffered its second major casualty in less than one month: Kevin Pereira is leaving Attack of the Show.
G4tv.com has confirmed that Kevin Pereira will be leaving the network after E3.
Pereira started at G4 as a production assistant in 2002, eventually winding up as co-host of Attack of the Show in 2006.
“For the last ten years, G4 has provided me a phenomenal career filled with countless once-in-a-lifetime opportunities and the chance to work with some of the most driven, talented and passionate people in the business,” Pereira said on G4tv.com.
Pereira is the second big departure from the the network in the less than a month; two weeks ago X-Play co-host and G4′s Editor and Chief of Games Content Adam Sessler left amid rumors of a contract dispute.
For many, including myself, Pereira was the last remaining remnant of what was the “old G4.” While the network currently focuses less on gaming specifically, there was a time where it was a good resource for television shows centered around video games.
With Sessler and Pereira gone, is there something bigger happening within the network that we don’t know about? Could it be that G4 is in major trouble? Are they just restructuring their program lineup? Let us know what you think in the comments below.