Chris Anderson


Chris Anderson has been in software product leadership for 25 years, with 16 years in the video game industry. He started one of the industry’s first digital game download services, Direct2Drive, in 2004 while at IGN Entertainment in Los Angeles. Chris expanded Direct2Drive beyond downloadable video games and into one of the first downloadable comic books and anime movie services on the internet. IGN was acquired in 2006 for $650M by FOX Interactive Media.

After IGN/FOX, Chris was at GameFly for 10 years, where he built another downloadable game business and one of the industry’s first video game streaming services, GameFly Streaming, which was acquired in 2016 by Electronic Arts.

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