Chris DeWolfe doesn’t believe there will ever be another Zynga. But that doesn’t mean he isn’t trying to build his own social gaming empire.
DeWolfe, who co-founded MySpace and served as CEO until 2009, has been amassing a collection of social gaming and mobile startups ever since raising funding and then acquiring the social gaming platform MindJolt in 2010. Since then, MindJolt has expanded into game development and distribution through a string of acquisitions. Thus, DeWolfe looking to sharpen the company’s brand.