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Game Changer: Kellee Santiago

In March of 2012, Kellee Santiago and her team at thatgamecompany launched Journey, a PlayStation 3 game that scooped up eight Academy of Interactive Arts and Science awards including Game of the Year. Two months later, she announced she was leaving the company.

Dream Catcher: Matt Gilgenbach

Matt Gilgenbach knows how fast dreams can turn into nightmares. After graduating from the University of Michigan, Gilgenbach spent five years developing games for other studios before achieving his dream of launching his own titles. He even had a groundbreaking idea—a reverse shooter gamers would play backwards.

Community Service: Devin Casadey

A career in video games wasn’t always the plan. Devin Casadey earned his degree in Japanese Language and Literature from the University of Florida in 2005 and promptly accepted a position as an assistant language teacher for the Osaka City Board of Education in Osaka, Japan. Following his four-year stint overseas, Casadey returned to the United States without many job prospects, but a clear vision of where he wanted to go.

Trion Worlds

Trion Worlds is an independent developer and publisher of massively multiplayer online games, founded by industry veterans Lars Buttler and Jon Van Caneghem.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

WB Games is a division of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, under the umbrella of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. The company is a publisher and developer of interactive entertainment properties, including games for console, PC, and handheld platforms. Warner Bros. is a division of Time Warner, Inc.

Marvel

The Marvel universe is comprised of more than 8,000 comic book characters, including some of the most iconic figures in popular culture. In 2009, The Walt Disney Company acquired the house that Stan Lee built.

Time Warner

Time Warner is among the world’s largest media companies, with literally hundreds of business entities in areas such as film, television, print publication, and video games.

RockYou

Founded as an online application developer, RockYou has evolved to create social gaming experiences for platforms like Facebook, engaging more than 20 million active monthly users and 200 million subscribers worldwide.