Machinima is an online entertainment network that features clips and teasers from numerous video games. The Company is the first and most influential Many-2-Many multi-platform programming service for a massive global community of gamer, comic, and hero fans.  The site allows users to watch trailers, gameplay, montages, music videos and original machinima series and movies.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
West Hollywood, US
Size (employees)
628 (est)
Machinima is headquartered in West Hollywood, US

Key People at Machinima

Chad Gutstein

Chad Gutstein

CEO
Philip DeBovise

Philip DeBovise

Co-Founder and President

Machinima Office Locations

Machinima has offices in West Hollywood, Burbank and San Mateo
West Hollywood, US (HQ)
8441 Santa Monica Blvd

Machinima Data and Metrics

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Total Funding

$153.6 m

Latest funding size

$24 m

Time since last funding

over 2 years

Investors

Machinima's latest funding round in February 2015 was reported to be $24 m. In total, Machinima has raised $153.6 m

Traffic Overview of Machinima

Machinima Online and Social Media Presence

Machinima News and Updates

Once the Darling of YouTube, Machinima Still Lives On—For Some

'Red vs. Blue,' the phenomenon of the machinima era, is back for another season—nearly 15 years after it helped build a genre. The post Once the Darling of YouTube, Machinima Still Lives On—For Some appeared first on WIRED.

Warner Bros. names game veteran Russell Arons as Machinima boss

Warner Bros. said it has named Russell Arons as general manager of Machinima, the digital video entertainment company that Warner acquired in November. Arons was previously senior vice president of worldwide marketing at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. She will run Machinima, a multi-platfor…

Gaming’s $4.4 billion video-content business is why Warner Bros. wants Machinima

Traditional media companies see a huge amount of potential in gaming-related content, and that has translated into another acquisition. Warner Bros., a hollywood and gaming behemoth, took full control over the Machinima digital-video company yesterday, as first reported by Variety. While a lot of in…

Warner is in talks to buy Machinima, a troubled network of YouTube gaming videos

Warner Bros. is close to buying Machinima, a YouTube network for gaming videos, in a deal valuing the company under $100 million, reports the Information.  That's barely more than $92 million in venture capital the company has raised since being founded in 2000. Warner was o…

Machinima Company Life and Culture

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