By PETE PRESTON
We hosted Ron Rejwan. Ron began developing games at the age of 12 and, at the age of 29, was running a company that generated hundreds of thousands of dollars per day. He co-founded Jelly button with four other founders, which was one of the pioneers in the field of social casino gaming in the world. Eventually, the company was sold to Playtika in an exit.
In this episode, we talked about how the first games, such as Pirate Kings, gained momentum and how they handled scalability with the games’ viral growth, which KPIs should a gaming company monitor, the different types of games – Board Kings, Monster Blasters, etc., tips for starting a gaming company and more.