Jason Rubin (born 1970) is an American video game director, comic book creator, and Internet company founder.
He is best known for the Crash Bandicoot series of games which were produced by Naughty Dog, the game development studio he co-founded with partner and childhood friend Andy Gavin in 1986.
Rubin was also a co-founder of Flektor. Flektor was a media mashup tool that he and his partners built and sold to Fox Interactive a year and 10 days after it was founded.
Rubin and the rest of the Flektor team worked with MySpace integrating the technology into the social platform before shutting the company's branded portal.
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