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Dylan Collins (@MrDylanCollins) is CEO of SuperAwesome, the leading digital kids engagement platform that safely reaches over a quarter of a billion kids worldwide every month.
An active investor and advisor across both kids media and technology companies, he is Venture Partner with Hoxton Ventures and sits on the board of the UK’s top-rated digital agency, Potato (recently acquired by WPP) as well as Brown Bag Films, Europe’s leading kids animation studio.
Previously Collins founded Jolt Online Gaming, one of the pioneering social games publishers in Europe, acquired by GameStop (NYSE: GME) in 2009. He also founded DemonWare, the leading online games technology firm, which was aquired by Activision Blizzard (NYSE: ATVI) in 2007.
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