One of the gaming industry’s most enduring icons, Reggie Fils-Aime, is stepping down as President and COO of Nintendo of America. He is set to retire on April 15th this year.

Reggie gave a brief statement in a press release about his retirement. “As I look forward to departing in both good health and good humor, this is not ‘game over’ for me, but instead ‘leveling up’ to more time with my wife, family and friends,” he wrote.

Whether or not you’re a Nintendo gamer or not, one cannot deny that he’s left a tremendous impact on the industry. He’s overseen the launches of the Wii, 3DS, Switch, and a number of other Nintendo successes. He had a major presence at large gaming events like E3, and he became an endearing symbol of the company through some larger-than-life memes.

Reggie sent a video message to fans of Nintendo, celebrating his time with the company and meeting Nintendo’s many fans- and the memes too. You can check it out below.

In his place, the current Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing Doug Bowser will serve as president. Bowser first joined the company as the Vice President of Sales in 2015 before getting promoted to his current position in 2016. It’s worth noting that Reggie served in a similar role prior to becoming the Nintendo of America president in 2006.

“It has been my great fortune to work with and be mentored by Reggie for four years at Nintendo of America,” Bowser said. He stressed that as Reggie’s successor, they will “continue to build on his work to evolve and expand our brand, furthering Nintendo’s global mission of creating smiles.”