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|Headquarters||San Mateo, California, United States|
|Key people||Marc Metis
(Principal Architect/Server Engineering Manager)
Digital Chocolate, Inc. is a video game developer and publisher headquartered in San Mateo, California. It was founded in 2003 by Trip Hawkins, the entrepreneur and founder of the video game publishing giant Electronic Arts and founder of The 3DO Company. The company focuses on developing games for mobile phones, iOS, and Microsoft Windows, and makes some non-entertainment titles. Its marketing motto is Seize the minute.
Digital Chocolate was founded in 2003 by Trip Hawkins.
Digital Chocolate has operations in San Mateo, Seattle, Helsinki, Barcelona, St. Petersburg, Bangalore, and Mexicali.
In May 2012, Trip Hawkins stepped down as CEO to move to a "consulting and advisory relationship" with the company. The company also announced plans to layoff 180 employees.
Galaxy Life appears to be their most successful title on Facebook to date, ranking at 284th bucket of MAU (Monthly Active Users) as of 13/September/2013.
In 2006, Digital Chocolate received nine IGN Game of the Year awards. Its game Tornado Mania! was awarded Wireless Game of the Year with a "perfect 10" score, and the company was named Best Developer.
The company has been included in The Red Herring Global 100.
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