Scott is Founder and CEO of GOGII, Inc.
In March 2000, Scott Co-Founded JAMDAT Mobile with Austin Murray and Zachary Norman. JAMDAT Mobile had a successful IPO in 2004 and was eventually sold to Electronic Arts for $680 million in February 2006. Scott was JAMDAT's President, and served as its first CEO, leading its early fundraising efforts. Before founding JAMDAT, Scott joined Activision as one of its first several dozen employees in 1994 and served as Vice President, Studios. As a corporate officer, Scott was on Activision's M&A team responsible for integrating multiple acquisitions as well as representing the company in outward corporate sales.
Scott began his career in the film and television industry, most notably as a development executive for Robert De Niro's Tribeca Productions from 1990 to 1994. Scott holds a BA from Columbia University
Founder & CEO
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