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|Born||April 9, 1971|
|Occupation||Journalist, General Manager IGN Entertainment|
Peer Schneider (born April 9, 1971) is one of the founders of IGN Entertainment, the company that operates the IGN website and content network across YouTube, Snapchat, OTT apps, and social channels since 1999. He is currently General Manager at IGN Entertainment and in charge of the company's editorial, video, product, engineering, marketing, and sales organizations. He previously oversaw all of the network's editorial content direction, including that of GameSpy, TeamXbox, and GameStats.
Peer is best known for running N64.com, a popular website dedicated to the Nintendo 64 which was created at Imagine in 1996 and was later rebranded IGN64. Before that he founded and ran the popular Nintendo fansite Nintendojo. He joined Imagine in 1997. In addition to appearing in numerous news and documentary TV programs, such as Discovery's Rise of the Video Game, Peer's face is used in a popular internet meme known as Gaijin 4Koma, which has appeared on T-shirts, in manga, and even as an Xbox 360 achievement icon and PlayStation 3 Trophy icon in the game BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger.
Peer Schneider is married, has three children and resides in Northern California.
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