Long-time G4 television personality Adam Sessler is leaving the network for future undisclosed endeavors in the gaming industry, according to his representative. His last episode of X-Play will air later today.
"Adam intends to stay in front of the camera and continue as a key voice within the games industry. He also sings and is available for weddings and bar mitzvahs," Sessler's agent, James Molesky, said in an email, although it was not specified what his next project would be. He will play himself in the upcoming movie, "noobz," this summer.
Sessler's first airtime was back in 1998 as part of ZDTV's GameSpot TV, which eventually became TechTV. Sessler was one of the few who survived the massive layoffs at TechTV when it merged with G4 in 2004. He has also done the Sessler Soapbox podcast, and Feedback with other G4 correspondents. Sessler has also served as EIC of games content at G4.
While Sessler is best known for his time at G4, he did catch the eye of plenty of non-gamers in 2010 when he appeared on a billboard in Los Angeles wearing nothing but a pair of Gunnar gaming glasses.