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Aaron Webber, also known as RubyEclipse on the Sega website and forums, was a member of Sega West, he worked at the American side of the company in San Francisco. He appears to have joined Sega in 2009 or 2010. He has worked on games like Sonic the Hedgehog 4 and Valkriya Chronicles. He was mostly involved in Sega's Free Stuff Friday. He and a few other young Sega members owned the Sega America Twitter, Facebook and YouTube account. He has also acted in comedy videos made the Sega on YouTube.
According to an interview done by TSSZ News he was a Sonic fan in the 1990s. In his school, the only thing that kids would ask was if one was a "Sonic kid" or a "Mario kid"; he claimed that he was a Sonic kid, being a fan of Sonic. He said that his passion for Sonic made him want to make Sonic games.
After 3 years of working in Sega, he earned a promotion as brand manager for Sonic Generations. On June 27, 2014, he left Sega to participate in charity and inspiring youth, but he returned in June 2015 in hopes of using the Sonic franchise and the Sega brand for his charity interests.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Aaron Webber on Twitter. Twitter (27 June 2014). Retrieved on 10 January 2016. “Aaron Webber: After an amazing six years, today is my last day at @SEGA. Thank you all so much!”
- ↑ Sonic Talk 34: Sonic Boomiversary with Aaron Webber. YouTube (23 October 2015). Retrieved on 12 December 2015.
- ↑ http://forums.sega.com/showthread.php?525021-Could-it-be-Has-RubyEclipse-returned&p=9039097&viewfull=1#post9039097