Genies & Gems
Juice Jam
Book of Life: Sugar Smash
Cookie Jam
Panda Pop
Marvel Avengers Academy
Family Guy
Family Guy <br />Another Freakin’ Mobile Game
Cookie Jam Blast
Snoopy Pop
Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow
Kitty City


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Jam City is a Los Angeles-based mobile studio with global reach and the creative force behind 6 of the Top 100 highest grossing games across Google Play and Apple App Store.

Created in 2010 by MySpace cofounders Chris DeWolfe and Aber Whitcomb, and former 20th Century Fox executive Josh Yguado, its games have been downloaded more than 800 million times and are regularly played each month by nearly 50 million people, half of whom live outside the United States.

Jam City’s portfolio of hit gaming apps includes Cookie Jam, Panda Pop, Juice Jam, The Book of Life: Sugar Smash, Genies and Gems. Cookie Jam was the recipient of Facebook’s 2014 “Game of the Year” award.

In addition to its repertoire of puzzle games, Jam City’s TinyCo–its third acquisition since receiving a $130 million investment from South Korea’s Netmarble Games in 2015–is the creator of two immersive simulation games based on globally recognizable entertainment brands: Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff and Marvel Avengers Academy.

In addition to its Los Angeles headquarters, Jam City has studios in Seattle, San Francisco, San Diego and Buenos Aires.



Chris DeWolfe

Chris DeWolfe

Chief Executive Officer, Jam City

Chris DeWolfe is co-founder and CEO of Jam City, a Los Angeles-based mobile gaming platform he launched in 2010. Under his leadership, Jam City’s players and revenues have grown by more than 1000 percent since 2013.

As co-founder and former CEO of MySpace, Chris popularized social networking and revolutionized the music industry. The site, formed in 2004, became the most visited in the U.S. by 2006 with 90 million members. By the time he left the company in 2009, MySpace had more than 130 million monthly active users around the world.

Chris received Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2015 and the Producers Guild of America’s Vanguard award in 2009. TIME included him among its 2006 list of the 100 most influential people in the world, and Barbara Walters named him one of her 10 Most Fascinating People in 2007.

He studied finance at the University of Washington and attended the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California, which honored him in 2006 with its Alumni Entrepreneur of the Year award.

An advisor at USC’s Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and a board member of Woven Digital, he lives in Los Angeles with his family and actively participates in animal rescue operations.

Josh Yguado

Josh Yguado

President & COO, Jam City

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.

Aber Whitcomb

Aber Whitcomb

Chief Technology Officer, Jam City

Aber Whitcomb is co-founder and CTO of Jam City where he oversees the software architecture underlying its global gaming and analytics platform.

As co-founder and CTO of MySpace, Aber led that social network’s technical operations as it grew from 0 to more than 120 million users.

Named one of the “Top 25 CTOs” by InfoWorld in 2009 who managed one of the world’s largest data warehouses, Aber frequently speaks on the latest issues in large-scale computing, networking and storage.

Aber is an investor in SpaceX, an advisory board member at USC’s Viterbi School of Engineering and a co-founder of i/o Ventures, a San Francisco-based accelerator whose fund has focused on consumer-focused technology startups.

A graduate of the University of Washington who was born and raised in Bellingham, Aber spends his free time exploring machine learning, dabbling in astrophysics, and riding boards on snow, waves and wakes.