Telltale Games

Telltale Games is an innovative and independent developer and publisher of video games that pioneered the creation and delivery of episodic gaming content. Winner of numerous accolades, the studio is the recipient of over 80 Game of the Year Awards, Studio of the Year and other honors for The Walking Dead, a game series based on Robert Kirkman’s hit comic book. Telltale continues to expand its lineup with internationally recognized and acclaimed properties from partners such as DC Comics and others - yet to be announced - that will delight and excite gamers across the world. We’re redefining the way the games industry works and we‘re looking for new team members to help us continue to forge the way. If you‘re looking for a creative environment where your passion for developing thrilling interactive content will help us achieve further success, we‘d like to talk to you. Telltale is a digital-first developer and publisher of games on Xbox 360™, PlayStation®3, PC, Mac, and iOS devices. We are located in San Rafael, California, a beautiful location with easy access to the spectacular coast, wine country and the city of San Francisco. We offer a competitive salary commensurate with your experience, benefits, and an exciting and collaborative work environment.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Rafael, US
Founded
2004
Size (employees)
382 (est)
Telltale Games was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in San Rafael, US

Key People at Telltale Games

Chris Hollenbeck

Chris Hollenbeck

Director

Telltale Games Office Locations

Telltale Games has an office in San Rafael
San Rafael, US (HQ)
P.O. Box 9737

Telltale Games Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2004

Total Funding

$54.4 m

Latest funding size

$40 m

Time since last funding

over 2 years

Investors

Telltale Games's latest funding round in February 2015 was reported to be $40 m. In total, Telltale Games has raised $54.4 m

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Telltale Games Online and Social Media Presence

Telltale Games News and Updates

Telltale Games hones its episodic formula on bigger licenses

SPONSORED: Presented by Intel If you drive north away from the hustle and bustle of tech-hub San Francisco, cross the Golden Gate Bridge, and continue on Highway 101 for about half an hour, you’ll arrive in a place that feels very different from where you started: San Rafael. Life here seems to move…

Intel and VentureBeat shine a spotlight on game developers

SPONSORED: Presented by Intel Debut articles in the highly anticipated collaboration between VentureBeat (VB) and Intel are about to start rolling out. The first posts flying the “Developer Spotlight” banner will be available on the PC Gaming Channel of VentureBeat’s GamesBeat section, starting on A…

GamesBeat Summit will examine how investors see the startup climate

It’s time to introduce new speakers. We’ll delve into the investment climate for the gaming ecosystem with a panel moderated by Amitt Mahajan, a managing partner at Presence Capital, at our upcoming GamesBeat Summit 2017: How games, sci-fi, and tech create real-world magic. This roundtable session w…

6 video game releases in April that you should watch out for

April is here. That means the month that delivers Persona 5 unto the U.S. is here as well. But it's not alone. After three months of almost non-stop hits, April feels like a breather for video games. That's not to say there aren't great games to play, but now their arrival won't be drowned out b…

Tribeca Film Fest off-shoot will focus on video games

An ever-growing annual flirtation between New York's Tribeca Film Festival and interactive entertainment has finally boiled over into a standalone event. On April 28 and 29, the annual film fest will partner with Kill Screen for the new Tribeca Games Festival. The two-day event will bring togeth…

Twitch’s digital games and downloadable content store is coming soon

Twitch isn’t just for streaming and watching games anymore. Amazon’s livestreaming company plans to launch its digital gaming store for PC games and downloadable content “soon.” Twitch is the most popular game-streaming site, attracting 100 million users a month. Now it enters a digital game store i…
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