THE STARTING LINEUP
Founded in 2018 by industry veterans Jon Middleton and Pete Wanat, Nifty Games is hard at work building the next generation of head to head quick session mobile games.
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Product Officer
Mr. Rageh started in QA in 2003 with Electronic Arts and has worked his way up to Engineering Leadership via stints at Page 44, Zynga, and WB Games over his 16+ years in the industry. He brings a pragmatic, collaborative, and iterative approach to leading internal and external development teams in creating fun, intuitive games with a player-first focus.
Mr. Winterholler comes to Nifty Games as an industry veteran with over 16 years in the mobile games space. His production experience has led him to create an array of award-winning mobile games such as NBA Jam and Frozen Free Fall, grossing revenues in the hundreds of millions.
DIRECTOR OF STUDIO OPS
Mr. Lee is a 18+ year industry veteran with expertise in building world class internal teams and scaling external partners, and former head of QA for Warner Brothers, Age of Learning, and RockYou. A strong advocate for quality and efficiency, Mr. Lee has helped launch title such as The Sims 2, SimCity 4, and Harry Potter Wizards Unite.
SR PRODUCT MANAGER
Mr. Kim most recently was at Scopely where he worked on free-to-play games across the match 3 and RPG space. Prior to that, he helped build and launch in 2016 the popular MLB 9 Innings franchise. He brings a creative but data-driven approach to product that focuses on highly collaborative product development and user-first design.
With more than a decade of production experience in the games industry, Mr. Price has amassed over 1 billion downloads across titles on mobile, console and PC. From Minion Rush to Jurassic World, David has helped to refine the gaming identity for major entertainment brands.
Tiburcio De La Carcova
Mr. De La Carcova is a serial entrepreneur with more than 20 years in the video game industry. Tiburcio has built and run companies that generated multi-million dollar revenues. Has has co-founded Wanako Games, Atakama Labs, and in 2014, he started his third studio, Giant Monkey Robot.