Former Nintendo COO to execs: ‘Focus on your North Star’

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Former Nintendo of America President and COO spoke with Yahoo Finance anchors Akiko Fujita and Dan Howley about how company executives can overcome challenges during tumultuous market environments, gaming innovation, the metaverse, and more.

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In This Story: metaverse

A metaverse is a network of 3D virtual worlds focused on social connection.

In futurism and science fiction, the term is often described as a hypothetical iteration of the Internet as a single, universal virtual world that is facilitated by the use of virtual and augmented reality headsets.

The metaverse is something which many in the early 2020s are actively engaged in developing: an entirely online, virtual and alternative reality, in which people will be able to conduct many forms of business and social interaction – virtually.

The movement towards a metaverse gathered significant pace and attention when Facebook’s parent company rebranded itself to “meta” in 2021.

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