Gaming company Kabam’s roller coaster ride to an $800 million exit

We talked with Kevin Chou, co-founder and CEO of the gaming company Kabam, about his own both stressful and euphoric experience in running a gaming startup for roughly a decade before selling most of

The 20 Best Unicorn Companies For Paying Software Engineers Top Dollar

We pulled together all 153 unicorns currently listed on the Crunchbase Unicorn Leaderboard and then matched them up with data provided by Glassdoor to give you the top 20 highest paying startup unicor

Alibaba Invests $120M In Kabam At A Valuation Above $1B

Chinese conglomerate Alibaba is making another big investment in an American startup. The Wall Street Journal reports that the company is investing $120 million in mobile game developer Kabam, best kn

Free-To-Play Games Company Kabam Buys Phoenix Age As It Pushes For $650M In 2014 Sales

<a target="_blank" href="http://kabam.com">Kabam</a>, the free-to-play gaming company that has raised some <a target="_blank" href="http://crunchbase.com/company/kabam">$125 million</a> in venture fun

Game Maker Kabam Doubles Its Annual Revenues To $360M

Kabam, the San Francisco-based social and mobile game maker that bought itself naming rights to UC Berkeley’s stadium, said it doubled its annual revenues to $360 million this year. That gives a

Kabam Takes Strategic Investment From Warner Bros., Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Kabam, which is behind iOS hits like Kingdoms of Camelot and The Hobbit: Kingdoms of Middle-Earth, just took a strategic investment from Warner Bros. Entertainment and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.

Social Gaming Company Kabam Raises $30 Million, Plans Acquisitions

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/kabam.png" class="shot2" /> <a href="http://www.kabam.com/">Kabam</a>, a Californian developer of massively multiplayer social games formerly

Kabam Acquires WonderHill, Wants To Become The Blizzard Of Social Games

<img class="shot2" src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/dragonsofatlantis-1.png" alt="" />Back in May 2009, I wrote about a small social game developer called <a href="http://www.wonde