Founded in 2006, Curse Inc. is a privately owned global multimedia and technology company dedicated to delivering the tools and expertise with editorial, video/live streams, databases, wikis, forums and software downloads (add-ons). Curse empowers online gamers with premium resources and content produced for gamers by gamers resulting in an enriched, authentic and more enjoyable gaming experience. Headquartered in Huntsville, AL with additional offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Australia, Germany and the United Kingdom, Curse continues to be recognized as a leader in the gaming and technology market. In 2011, Curse was named as one of the Inc. 500's fastest growing companies in the US, and one of the top 20 fastest growing companies in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Twitch
HQ
Irvine, US
Founded
2006
Website
curse.com
Curse was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Irvine, US

Key People at Curse

Hubert Thieblot

Hubert Thieblot

Founder & CEO, Board of Directors
Michael Comperda

Michael Comperda

CTO
Donovan Duncan

Donovan Duncan

VP of Marketing
Fabien Bonte

Fabien Bonte

VP Content

Curse Office Locations

Curse has offices in Irvine, San Francisco, Huntsville, New York and in 3 other locations
Berlin, DE
Großbeerenstraße 2-10
Surry Hills, AU
106 Commonwealth St.
New York, US
500 Fashion Ave.
Huntsville, US
305 Church Street SW
San Francisco, US
60 Broadway
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Curse Summary

Founding Date

2006

Total Funding

$58 m

Investors

In total, Curse had raised $58 m. Curse is a subsidiary of Twitch

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Traffic Overview of Curse

Curse Online and Social Media Presence

Curse News and Updates

'Broad City' will bleep Trump's name like a curse word next season

Even though President Trump got a big "eff you" in the recently released Broad City Season 4 trailer, the Comedy Central show will make sure the president's name doesn't get any airtime. SEE ALSO: 'Broad City' Season 4 trailer says 'f*ck you' to Trump Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, who star…

Sorry Warriors fans, Stephen A. Smith just cursed you

Last week we told you how ESPN loud-guy Stephen A. Smith, whose only job is to opine on sports, has remarkably gotten his last six NBA Finals picks wrong.  Well, Smith just released an updated pick for this year's NBA Finals — and Warriors fans should be worried.  SEE ALSO: The Warriors have bee…

Kevin Spacey managed to out-swear the master of all curse words, Gordon Ramsay

"Damn, I've been out f*cked." As the first guest on Gordon Ramsey's new show, The F-Word, Kevin Spacey spoke about the upcoming performance of his one-man play, Clarence Darrow, while snacking on some tasty fish. However, the interview quickly turned into a swearing contest as Spacey seemed …

James Harden played so bad that Lil B offered to lift the Based God's curse

Thursday night was a rough one for NBA MVP candidate James Harden, who performed horribly in a playoff elimination loss then got doubly eviscerated on social media for hitting the nightclub scene later that evening. Just how bad was it? So bad that Lil B, the Bay Area rapper slash internet icon,…

The history of the 'Madden Curse' can be traced back to the late 90s

On Friday it was announced that Tom Brady will be on the cover of EA Sports' "Madden NFL 18," the latest version of the popular video game franchise. Much like the popular Sports Illustrated cover curse, the Madden video game has its own eyebrow-raising history: the "Madden …

Tom Brady scoffs at curses as he nabs the 'Madden NFL 18' cover

Tom Brady's 2017/2018 season is doomed, and New England Patriots have EA Sports to thank for that. The infuriatingly talented quarterback — full disclosure: I am a Giants fan, and therefore hate the Pats — has been chosen as the featured athlete on the cover of Madden NFL 2018. Remarkably, t…
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