Mark Dyne

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Mark Dyne is Chairman and CEO of Europlay Capital Advisors He has also served as CEO of Sega Gaming Technologies and Sega Ozisoft Pty Ltd., CEO and Chairman of Virgin Interactive. He is a Member of the Board of Skype and a Member of the Board of Atomico, [1]

Dyne was a member of the original board of Skype together with Janus Friis and Niklas Zennstrom until it was sold to eBay for over $2.6 billion, and subsequently led the negotiations for Joltid to become a major shareholder of Skype in its acquisition from eBay in November 2009 and re-joined the Board of Directors. Dyne was the longest serving Board Member of Skype, serving from its start to the end sale when Skype was sold to Microsoft in 2011 for $8.5 Billion. Dyne was listed as one of the "winners" [2]

He is a member of the Board of Directors of Synthean, and is Chairman of Tag-It Pacific, Inc. In January 2000, MCV called him "The Deal Maker" and published his Ten Rules of Negotiating.

Dyne is the Chairman of RDIO.

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  1. ^ "Atomico Director Mark Dyne". PC Magazine. 11 May 2009. 
  2. ^ "Skype's Biggest Winners". 


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