Telltale Stock

www.telltale.com/Consumer & Lifestyle / GamingFounded: 2005

Telltale is a narrative gaming company that develops monthly interactive and episodic video games. Published over a variety of platforms from Xbox to mobile device applications, Telltale enables video game players to immerse themselves in storytelling based on a digital-first distribution model. Telltale was founded by Dan Connors, Kevin Bruner, and Troy Molander in 2004 and is headquartered in Malibu, CA.

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Jamie Ottilie
Chief Executive Officer
Brian Waddle
Co-Founder

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News Highlights

Telltale announces the acquisition of Flavourworks

Not much is undisclosed about Telltale’s acquisition of Flavourworks, including the financial details like the amount; still, it indicates Telltale’s efforts to expand its influence and narrative game offerings. Flavourworks is renowned for its cinematic games, including titles like Erica, Hush-Crane, and Cuttlefish. Additionally, the company owns TouchVideo, a technology enabling interactive engagement with video content across various platforms.

Telltale Closes Series A Funding Round

Telltale, a Los Angeles, CA-based narrative game development studio and publisher, raised an undisclosed amount in Series A funding. The round was led by Hiro Capital with participation from Skybound Entertainment. Led by CEO Jamie Ottilie, Telltale is an independent developer and publisher of both original and licensed IP games for every major interactive platform and is a pioneer of narrative games and episodic delivery.

Telltale Games Closes Series A Funding Round

Telltale raised $80M in Series A funding round with Hiro Capital and Skybound Entertainment.
Updated on: Jul 24, 2024

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