Rant, Inc. and its expanding internet property lineup has established itself as a leading innovator in online media consumption. Known for the well-established brand RantSports, Rant has recently launched RantLifestyle and RantChic to expand its reach toward the areas of lifestyle, fitness, exercise, entertainment and celebrities. Co-founders Brett Rosin and Grant Brown founded the company in 2010 in Winfield, IL and began to build and manage a rich collection of 155 sports team blogs that would eventually blossom into one centralized hub known today as RantSports. In 2012, RantSports expanded its operations to offices in Downers Grove, IL and San Francisco, CA, and in 2013, the San Francisco office expanded and moved to Laguna Beach, CA. On January 1, 2014, Rant transitioned its headquarters to Irvine, CA and currently has 20 full time employees to complement its expansive writing staff. The Rant, Inc. team has several other websites to be launched throughout 2014.
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Irvine, US
Rant was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Irvine, US

Rant Office Locations

Rant has an office in Irvine
Irvine, US (HQ)
950 4 Park Plaza
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Rant Financials and Metrics

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$7.3 m


In total, Rant had raised $7.3 m. Rant is a subsidiary of DraftDay

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Rant News and Updates

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