Scopely is an interactive entertainment company and a leading mobile games publisher of the award-winning WWE Champions, The Walking Dead: Road to Survival, Wheel of Fortune: Free Play, and Yahtzee With Buddies. 

Scopely develops mobile and tablet touch-screen based games for casual and core gamers worldwide. It also provides game design, live services, marketing, analytics, business development, advertising, and other services.

Scopely was founded in 2011 by Walter Driver, Ankur Bulsara, Eric Futoran and Eytan Elbaz. The company is headquartered in Culver City, California, with offices in Barcelona, Spain; Dublin, Ireland; and Tokyo, Japan.

Scopely partners and collaborates with elite game developers and global entertainment companies to bring industry leading distribution and monetization technology to free to play games.

Scopely's proprietary Scopely Tech Platform is always evolving with new services and tools that power on-going, live-operated games for millions of players around the world.


Scopely oversees marketing, analytics, ads, business development, live ops, quality assurance, community management, and more, empowering developers to focus on building and refining great gameplay experiences to earn the loyalty and love of millions of players around the world.


Scopely is backed by NewView Capital, CPP Investments, Advance, The Chernin Group (TCG), Wellington Management, BlackRock, Anthem Venture Partners, Greycroft Venture Partners and others. The company raised $340M in a Series E round on Oct 28, 2020. This brings Socpely's total funding to $998.7M to date. The latest round pushed the company's valuation to $3.3B, up from the previous $1.9B gained from the Series D fundraising in Mar 19, 2020.



  • Year founded: 2011
  • Funding Info: $998.7M over 9 Rounds (Latest Funding Type: Series E)
  • Yearly Revenue: $200M-$300M (2019)
  • Employee Size: 501-1,000
  • Business Valuation: Valued at $3.3B as of Oct 28, 2020
  • City/Town: Culver City
  • State: California
  • Country: United States
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