Last month, a number of us TechCrunchers grabbed our passports and jetted to Berlin for our first-ever Disrupt Europe conference. The tech scene in Berlin is very hot at the moment, so while we were in town, we knocked on the doors of a couple of the city’s startups for TechCrunch TV’s Cribs series.
Now, if you were somehow under the impression that tricked-out startup offices are only found in Silicon Valley, this episode will show you just how wrong you are. The headquarters of social gaming startup Wooga in Berlin’s Prenzlauer Berg neighborhood are just as colorful and creative as any place we’ve toured — with the added bonus of being filled with a much more multi-lingual staff (and arguably better beer) than you’d find around these parts.
Check out the video embedded above to see Steve Gilmore take us on a tour to see the monsters, robots, swings, nap pods, and Neil Patrick Harris cut-outs of Wooga’s HQ.
- Founded January 2009
- Total Funding $32.2M
- Overview Founded in 2009 by Jens Begemann and Phillip Moeser, Wooga is the third largest social games developer in the world with over 200 employees from 35 different countries. Based in Berlin, Wooga creates high quality social games for Facebook and iOS, with a specific focus on emotional character development, usability, and superb localization in seven languages. Since 2009, Wooga has focused on organic …
- Founders Patrick Paulisch
- Website http://www.wooga.com
- Full profile for Wooga
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