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Not all work: Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi finally defied his Twitter bio and took out some time to play

Khosrowshahi recently carved out some time to play Gloomhaven and tweeted pictures of it.

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Last Updated: Feb 26, 2019, 09.33 AM IST
Khosrowshahi's Twitter bio reads, "Uber CEO; travel and sci-fi geek; gamer who doesn’t have enough time to play much.”
Since he took the top job at Uber in 2017, CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has been overhauling company culture, diversifying product portfolio and just generally putting out fires left in former CEO Travis Kalanick’s wake. That constant grind hasn’t left the self-proclaimed gamer with much time to play games, as shown by his Twitter bio: “Uber CEO; travel and sci-fi geek; gamer who doesn’t have enough time to play much.”

However, recently, Khosrowshahi carved out some time to play Gloomhaven (a multiplayer, tactical combat board game) and shared a rare glimpse of that downtime with his fans. Tweeting an image of the game laid out, he captioned it, “Crazy night last night #morning after.”

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