Andy Kleinman, Chief Business Officer at Scopely, has a deep understanding of the gaming industry and has founded or held senior roles at a variety of top gaming companies during their height.
Prior to joining Scopely, Andy served as an advisor to the company as well as other early stage startups including Radical Studios, Urbita, Ideame, Tactivos, Fanwards and others.
Before this, Andy was general manager for Latin America at Zynga, focusing on the company's International growth, business strategy, and monetization efforts.
Andy was VP of business development at Three Melons, a gaming studio that was later acquired by Playdom, which is now part of The Walt Disney Company. While there, he led business operations for the company and oversaw their hit social game, Bola.
Andy co-founded Vostu, one of the largest social gaming companies in the world, and Emepe3, the first and one of the largest online music websites in Spanish, which was sold to an international media company.
Andy has always had a passion for the film industry, and through his production company, Massive, advises, produces and invests in films. Andy has produced projects in Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Miami, Austin and Los Angeles, and combines his producing experience with new media.
Founder & CEO
Founder & CEO
Co-founder & Board Member
Sep 1, 2011 - Current (about 5 years)
Board & Advisor Roles (4)Update
BS, Business Administration2004
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