Chris Hook, who recently left AMD as its Sr. Marketing Director, is now announcing that he is officially working for Intel. Interestingly, Hook's new position will be him "Leading Discrete GPU Marketing" at Intel. Hook has been responsible for marketing Radeon video cards for over a decade. Given that Intel does not currently sell any discrete video cards for gaming, this move looks to be that Intel is certainly telegraphing that it intends to get back into the gaming GPU space. Raja Koduri moving to Intel, certainly had people guessing whether or not he was there for compute, gaming, or both. Chris Hook's presence in marketing certainly tells us that Intel is mulling over a position in gaming GPUs once again. Chris Hook has just updated his LinkedIn page with his newly held position, "Discrete Graphics and Visual Technologies Marketing at Intel Corporation."