Chris DeWolfe Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Myspace, Jam City, and Net Worth

Chris DeWolfe Bio | Wiki

Chris DeWolfe is an American technology entrepreneur. He is the co-founder of Myspace in 2003 and served as its chief executive officer (CEO) until 2009. Chris has been the CEO of Jam City, a video game developer since he co-founded it in 2010.

In 2006, he was named one of Time’s 100 most influential people in the world. In 2007, Chris became chosen by Barbara Walters as one of her 10 most fascinating people and he won the Producers Guild of America’s Vanguard Award in 2009. Chris is an investor in the travel site Gogobot. He served on the board of trustees of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and is on the board of directors for Woven Digital.

Chris DeWolfe Age

Chris was born in 1966, in Portland, Oregon, United States. He is 56 years old.

Chris DeWolfe Height

He is a man of average stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 10 in (Approx. 1.77 m).

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Chris DeWolfe Family

He was born and raised in Portland, Oregon by his parents. Chris holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity. Information about his parents and/or siblings is not available at the moment.

Chris DeWolfe Wife

Chris was married to his beautiful ex-wife. The couple celebrated their wedding in 1997 and divorced in 2010. Together, they had a daughter. Chris has two children and resides in Los Angeles.

Chris DeWolfe Education

He graduated from Lincoln High School. Later, Chris graduated from the University of Washington in 1988. He completed a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree at the USC Marshall School of Business in 1997. He was honored by the school as Alumni Entrepreneur of the Year in 2006.

Chris Dewolfe Jam City

Chris co-founded and served as the CEO of Jam City, a Los Angeles-based video game developer. The inspiration for Jam City came during his days at Myspace. On a 2006 trip Chris made to Japan, he met with SoftBank Group founder Masayoshi Son, where the two discussed gaming and the potential of mobile gaming.

The social nature of games and the fast growth of mobile gaming in countries like Japan inspired him to start Jam City. Chris founded Jam City in 2010 with former 20th Century Fox executive Josh Yguado and former Myspace executives Colin Digiaro and Aber Whitcomb when they received backing from Austin Ventures to buy the gaming startup MindJolt.

Under Chris’ leadership, Jam City has grown to more than 825 employees and nine studios, as of May 2021. The Quest for Stuff has been downloaded 1.3 billion times and Jam City reached a deal to become a public company through a merger with DPCM Capital Inc., with a $1.2 billion valuation.

Chris Dewolfe Myspace

He conceived Myspace while taking a course titled “The Impact of Tech on Media and Entertainment” during the final year of his MBA program. In the final project for his class, Chris created “Sitegeist”, which had elements of Citysearch and mixed with instant messaging. He got an “A” on his project and used it as inspiration in creating Myspace. He co-founded Myspace in 2003.

Chris was involved with the sale of Myspace to News Corporation in 2005 for US$580 million and remained as its chief executive officer (CEO) until March 2009. On April 22, 2009, News Corporation announced that he would step down as CEO to become a strategic adviser and serve on the board of Myspace China.

Chris Dewolfe House

Chris purchased the 5-bed, 5-bath, 5,895 sq ft home in March of 2006 for $6M in Beverly Hills according to public records. He also owns another home in the area. Set on 1.33 acres on a cul-de-sac, the 4,748-square-foot house has a 12- to 15-car motor court at its entrance. A high-ceiling living room, a family room with a bay window, a formal dining room, four bedrooms, and five bathrooms are among the interior spaces.

Chris Dewolfe And Tom Anderson

Tom Anderson and Chris are the creators of, the social networking Web site launched in early 2004. Their company quickly became one of the most remarkable success stories in Internet history. Anderson served as president of MySpace, while Chris was its chief executive officer, and both remained on board after the parent company for MySpace was bought by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation in July of 2005 for $580 million.

Chris Dewolfe Net Worth

He earns his wealth from his career, therefore, he has amassed a fortune over the years. Chris’ estimated net worth is $50 million.

Who Is Chris Dewolfe

Chris is an American technology entrepreneur. He is the co-founder of Myspace in 2003 and served as its chief executive officer (CEO) until 2009. Chris has been the CEO of Jam City, a video game developer since he co-founded it in 2010.

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