PC Gaming Alliance has now appointed a new person to head the organization. Today the PCGA revealed that Matt Ployhar has been appointed as its new President. Ployhar's day job is at at Intel where he serves as a strategic planner for the company's Software and Solutions Group. In a message on the organization's web site (in PDF format) Ployhar states that he is "very committed and passionate about growing the relationships necessary within our industry and community leaders to ensure the continued momentum and success of PC Gaming worldwide."
Ployhar succeeds Randy Stude who has served as the PCGA's President since the organization was formed back in 2008. Today's announcement states that Stude will still be an "active member and contributor" to the PCGA.