Pat Prescott talks "Jam City Level Up The Vote" with Co-founder Josh Yguado

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By 94.7 The WAVE

Jam City is known for creating popular video games but this election season they've also been helping to get out the vote. Not only have they registered members of their gaming community and more, but they are also allowing their Culver City offices to be used as a polling location on the last day of early voting. On Monday, November 2nd, you can cast your early vote in the parking lot of Jam City and have a lot of fun doing your civic duty. 

We talked to Josh Yguado, president and co-founder of Jam City, who gave us details about what to expect when you vote at Jam City. Check it out HERE.  

 

Voters can drop off Vote By Mail ballots at this location. 

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Josh Yguado - Co-Founder and President of Jam City 

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Josh Yguado is the Co-founder and President of Jam City where he oversees the company’s operations, growth strategies, and game portfolio—which has repeatedly dominated the top-grossing charts of Apple, Google, and Amazon’s app stores. During his time leading the company, Josh was the driving force behind several of Jam City’s milestones including the acquisition of global game studios, exponential user growth, and new product launches. Josh’s experience in entertainment allows Jam City to build itself as a global leader in mobile entertainment. Before launching Jam City, Josh was Vice President of Fox Entertainment—where he helped Fox in its acquisition of Myspace, its creation of Hulu, and its launch of new television networks—led strategic planning for MTV Networks and Nickelodeon, and oversaw corporate development for Univision. Among other honors, SoCalTech named Josh one of its top “50 Most Influential People” in Southern California’s technology industry and he also sits on the board of The Young Turks—the largest online news show in the world.

 

 

About Jam City

Jam City is an award-winning mobile entertainment studio providing unique and deeply engaging games that appeal to a broad global audience. Led by CEO Chris DeWolfe, former MySpace co-founder and CEO, and COO Josh Yguado, former 20th Century Fox executive, Jam City is the creative powerhouse behind some of the highest-grossing and most enduring mobile games. Jam City's global franchise Cookie Jam has generated more than half a billion dollars, and Panda Pop has more than 140 million downloads to date. The company also is the go-to studio for Hollywood, having developed immersive, narrative-rich mobile games around iconic entertainment brands. The company's popular RPG game Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery was the #1 game in more than 40 countries at its launch in April 2018. Jam City has nine studios located in Los Angeles (HQ), Berlin, Buenos Aires, Bogotá, Burbank, Cedar Falls, San Diego, San Francisco, and Toronto.