Dylan Collins is one of Europe’s most experienced digital media entrepreneurs, focusing on games, kids entertainment and the technology which underpins them.
He is CEO of SuperAwesome, the #1 kid-safe brand engagement platform. SuperAwesome works with the biggest kids entertainment brands in the world including Disney, Hasbro, Warner Bros and Activision ensuring they connect safely with over a quarter of a billion kids each month.
An active investor and advisor across both kids media and technology companies, he is Venture Partner with Hoxton Ventures and sits on the board of the UK’s top-rated marketing technology agency, Potato and Brown Bag Films, Europe’s leading kids animation studio.
Previously Collins founded Jolt Online Gaming which became one of the pioneering social games publishers in Europe. Jolt was acquired by GameStop (NYSE: GME), the largest video games retailer in the world in 2009 to spearhead their digital media strategy.
As founder and CEO of DemonWare in 2003, he led the company to become the leading online games technology firm in the global console games market. In 2007, DemonWare was acquired by Activision Blizzard (NYSE: ATVI), the world’s biggest video games publisher and is now the multiplayer backbone of the billion-dollar Call of Duty franchise.
Co-Founder and CEO
Mar 1, 2013 - Current (over 3 years)
Feb 20, 2013 - Current (over 3 years)
2013 - Current (almost 4 years)
|Jul 27, 2016||The Drum - Rubicon Project and SuperAwesome pair to bring programmatic advertising to the under-13 segment|
|Mar 1, 2016||The Drum - Kid-safe YouTube network launched by SuperAwesome|
|Jan 13, 2016||Venture Beat - Southeast Asian kids are 20% more active on mobile than U.S. kids|
|Dec 16, 2015||Business Insider Australia - The online advertising industry is about to be severely disrupted -- 'it's the amputation of a significant revenue stream'|
|Dec 16, 2015||Business Insider (tech) - The online advertising industry is about to be severely disrupted — 'It's the amputation of a significant revenue stream'|
|Dec 11, 2015||Venture Beat - SuperAwesome and Poke aim to target online U.S. family gamers with kid-safe ads|
|Dec 11, 2015||Venture Beat - SuperAwesome and Poki aim to target online U.S. family gamers with kid-safe ads|
|Jul 28, 2015||Silicon Republic - Deliveroo raises US$70m in Series C round|