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|Education||MIT, Stanford University|
|Known for||MediaPass, Xfire, Tencent|
Malcolm CasSelle is an international entrepreneur and current CEO of MediaPass, an online paywall solution designed to generate subscription-based revenues for digital content. He previously served as CEO of Xfire, a global social network for core video game players with over 22 million registered users.
CasSelle formerly served as director of Hong Kong-based Capital Union Investments, where he managed private direct investments into late-stage web companies. He was also a top executive at Groupon’s joint venture with Chinese instant messaging and gaming giant Tencent. He co-founded NetNoir, the first outside company to be accepted into the AOL Greenhouse Program, and Pacific Century CyberWorks (PCCW), a Hong Kong-based telecommunications provider.
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