Scopely was founded in 2011 by Walter Driver, a social gaming entrepreneur, Eytan Elbaz, Applied Semantics co-founder, Ankur Bulsara, lead software developer at MySpace, and Eric Futtoran, a startup veteran.
The company partners with touchscreen game developers and entertainment companies to help them monetize their games, as well as provide them with marketing, business development, analytics, and community management.
Scopely’s best-selling games are Dice with Buddies, Mini Golf MatchUp, Slots Vacation, Wordly, The Walking Dead, and Skee-ball Arcade.
In January 2020, the company acquired FoxNext Games and ColdIron Studios from Disney for an estimated $71.3 billion.
Scopely is #9 on the 2015 Inc. 5000 list of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the United States with a three-year growth rate of 19,55%. The company has added 101 jobs over the past three years, for a total of 102 employees. Scopely is #2 in the Inc. list of Top Advertising & Marketing companies, # in Top California Companies, and #4 in Los Angeles Metro Area companies.
The company maintains a corporate office in Culver City, California.