Chris DeWolfe Talks SGN And The Mobile Gaming Gold Rush [TCTV]

For a lot of people, Chris DeWolfe is still best known as the co-founder of pioneering social network Myspace — but even with that big name success under his belt, it’s fair to say he is not resting on his laurels just yet. For the past two years he has been heads down building an increasingly powerful social gaming company SGN, which was recently previously known as MindJolt, that is aiming to give Zynga a run for its money by making games that bridge Facebook, mobile and the web.

We talked to DeWolfe this weekend at the South By Southwest Interactive conference. You can watch the interview in the video above to see him discuss the lessons he learned after selling Myspace to NewsCorp, why Zynga and Facebook could start to lose an edge post-IPO, SGN’s huge female following, and more.