Entertainment Company



Funding Goal
Funding Raised So Far $18,500,000
Funding Commitments $0
Funding Remaining
Funding Type Common Equity
Pre-Money Valuation
Investor Ownership
Interest / Dividend
Previous Funding

Company Overview

Betable, the real-money gaming platform, is reinventing entertainment by merging the worlds of gaming and casino-based entertainment. Betable provides the license, support and infrastructure that allow developers to legally integrate real-money gaming into their mobile and social games and applications. Betable is dedicated to providing players with world-leading security, player location and identity verification to keep their funds safe and to ensure responsible gaming. The company is privately held and is headquartered in London, England with an office in San Francisco, California.

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Business Summary

Company Age 15 years, 11 months
Employees 14
Sub-Industry Other Entertainment
Prior Year Revenue
Current Year Revenue
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Christopher E. Griffin
Chief Executive Officer
Christopher E......

Christopher is the CEO & Founder of Betable.

In July 2012, Betable unveiled the world's first real-money gaming platform. It also shared news of its investors which include some of the Silicon Valley's post prolific firms and individuals, including: Bullpen Capital, Greylock Partners, Founders Fund, True Ventures, Dave Morin and Yuri Milner.

Christopher is the utmost expert on the convergence of real-money and gaming: one of today's most discussed topics in technology.

Jonathan Flesher
Executive Vice President Business Development
Jonathan F......

Michael Malone
Michael M......

Tyke Lewis
Tyke L......

Stefano Bernardi
Stefano B......

Stefano B...... works on Platform at [Betable](http://www.betable.com).
He previously worked at dPixel, a seed stage venture capital firm, giving the opportunity to entrepreneurs to build kick ass web businesses.
He does some occasional angel investing and advises startups on product and strategy.

His most recent project is [SaveMyInbox](http://www.savemyinbox.com), a service to automatically save your Gmail attachments to Dropbox.

He was the founder and editor of [theStartup.eu](http://www.thestartup.eu), a weblog that covers the european startup scene, focused on technology companies, web applications, social media, growth entrepreneurship and venture capital.

Stefano is also a contributor to TechCrunch Europe, covering the italian startup scene.

He was the Italian Ambassador for [The Sandbox Network](http://www.sandbox-network.com) and collaborates with Mind The Bridge foundation.

Tony Conrad
Tony C......

Tony C...... is co-founder and CEO of [about.me](http://www.crunchbase.com/company/aboutme) (acquired by Aol in December 2010 and bought back by the founders in February 2013), the platform for representing personal identity online. He is also a Founding Venture Partner at True Ventures where he serves on the Board of Directors of Automattic (WordPress), Blue Bottle Coffee, appssavvy, Quarterly, KISSmetrics, Qualaroo and led True's investment in MakerBot, ToyTalk, 9GAG and Betable.

Previously, Tony was co-founder & CEO Sphere (acquired by AOL in April, 2008).

Kevin C......

Kevin is an investor and advisor to start-up consumer and enterprise internet and mobile companies.

Kevin is Currently a Venture Partner at General Catalyst Partners (VC firm) in Boston & Palo Alto doing Seed, Series A, and Series B investing.

C...... also co-manages a Seed/Angel fund called Slow Ventures along with several other ex-Facebook executives where he makes makes early stage tech investments using personal capital. Investments include Pinterest, Tumblr, Birchbox, Postmates, Nextdoor, Nest, Evernote, Everlane, AngelList, Wealthfront, and 50+ other companies.

Kevin is active on many Advisory Boards (Path, Buddy Media, Datalogix, Humin, Circa, Basis Health Band, Facebook Causes, Backplane, Telly, etc) as well as a member of SocialRadar's Board of Directors.

David Suen
David S......

Partnerships at Betable

Gaetano Crupi
Gaetano C......

Fixer at Betable

Ya-Bing C......

Chief Product Officer at Betable


Funding Goal
Funding Raised So Far $18,500,000
Funding Commitments $0
Funding Remaining
Funding Type Common Equity
Pre-Money Valuation
Investor Ownership
Interest / Dividend
Previous Funding




London, United Kingdom

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