Scot Rubin

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Scot Rubin
Born (1969-05-26) May 26, 1969 (age 49)[1]
ResidenceNorth Hollywood, Los Angeles, California
NationalityAmerican
Occupation
Years active1996–present
Known for
Spouse(s)Jodi Rubin (divorced)
Call-signagn
Website

Scot Rubin is a talk show host, Producer, founder of All Games Productions, All Games Network and co-founder of the G4 television network. AllGames launched in 1996. In 2000 Rubin was hired as a consultant for Comcast to develop a 24-7 cable TV channel about video games. In 2001 he was hired by G4 Media and served as Vice President of Internet, IT and Program Editorial. He developed, produced and hosted the networks interactive talk show for 3 seasons. Rubin also served as a Producer on the first 3 seasons of the EA Sports Madden Challenge, and play by play guy for the first two Madden Challenge Finals. In 2004, G4 began abandoning its video game format, Rubin left and relaunched All Games Productions, a production company providing consulting and production services to the video game and entertainment industry. Rubin currently serves as the Senior Vice President of Digital Media for Big Door, located in Redondo Beach, California. Rubin is also the founder of NITROPOD, a frozen ice cream company.

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  1. ^ Rubin, Scot; Young, Lawrence (March 7, 2006). "019 – All Games Interactive – Tuesday, March 7, 2006". All Games Interactive. Episode 19. 10:40 minutes in. All Games Network. May 26 is my birthday

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