GameFly Stock

gamefly.comConsumer & Lifestyle / GamingFounded: 2002Funding to Date: $21.86MM

With a mission to provide the most cost effective and convenient way to play a wide range of console games, GameFly, founded in 2002, is an online video game and movie rental subscription service specializing in providing games for Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft, with a selection of thousands of options, and no late fees. GameFly also sells consoles, controllers and accessories, games, and collectibles

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Management Team

Terri Luke
Senior Vice President, Operations
Steven Lin
Creative Director
David Hodess
Chief Executive Officer, President and Chairman of the Board
Trung Nguyen
Director, Online Marketing
Nilesh Seth
Chief Technology Officer & Senior Vice President
Michael Gimlett
Senior Vice President, Merchandise & Logistics
Shosannah Bacura
Chief Financial Officer & Senior Vice President

Board Members

Gadi Tirosh
Jerusalem Venture Partners
Thomas Banahan
Tenaya Capital
Michael Moritz
Sequoia Capital

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