Josh Yguado is co-founder, COO and President of Jam City, where he’s overseen the mobile game developer’s exponential growth and global expansion.
During his time leading the company with co-founders Chris DeWolfe and Aber Whitcomb, Jam City’s gaming portfolio has repeatedly dominated the top grossing charts of Apple’s, Google’s and Amazon’s app stores.
Before launching Jam City, Josh was Vice President at Fox Entertainment, where he worked at the intersection of Hollywood and technology. Among other work there, Josh helped Fox in its acquisition of MySpace, its creation of Hulu and its launch of new television networks.
His career also includes working at MTV Networks and Univision.
Among other honors, SoCalTech named Josh one of its top 50 most influential people in Southern California’s technology industry.
A board member of The Young Turks, he received his bachelor’s degree and MBA from Harvard University. He lives in Los Angeles with his family.
Oct 24, 2012 - Current (about 4 years)
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