Niantic Stock

nianticlabs.comIndustrialFounded: 2010Funding to Date: $630.15MM

Niantic is a developer of AR technology designed to spark creative and engaging journeys in the real world with products that inspire outdoor exploration, exercise, and meaningful social interaction. Their games include the AR game Pokémon GO and Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. The company was founded by John Hanke and Phil Keslin in 2010 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Team

Management Team

John Hanke
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Mike Quigley
Chief Marketing Officer
Jeff Shouger
Chief Financial Officer & Senior Vice President of Finance
Megan Siegler
Chief Operating Officer & Board Member
Phillip Keslin
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer

Board Members

John Hanke
Gilman Louie
Alsop Louie Partners
Noah Doyle
Javelin Venture Partners
Kenji Okubo
Board Member

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News

Just a month after its last acquisition of the WebAR development platform 8th Wall, Niantic announced its purchase of New Zealand-based augmented reality studio NZXR today. These strategic acquisitions are part of Niantic’s overarching plan to build what it calls a “real-world metaverse,” which is dependent on AR rather than VR.
The makers of Pokémon Go think AR, not VR, is going to be the path to the metaverse
Niantic wants to develop technology that brings people closer to the outside world. Earlier this month, Niantic unveiled its Lightship AR Developer Kit (ARDK), which makes tools to develop AR games publicly available for free to anyone who has a basic knowledge of the Unity game engine.