Leadership

Management

Eric Vaughn, Head of WinView Games

Mr. Vaughn is a highly qualified leader, game developer and software engineer who possesses expertise and in-depth knowledge of all facets of the online / video gaming and interactive TV industries with over 27 years of product development and management experience.

Prior to WinView, Eric served most recently as COO, Capital Games, of Electronic Arts, also known as EA Games, a developer, marketer, publisher and distributor of video games. Starting 14 years ago as Director of Platform Development at EA, Eric rose through the ranks, spending the last four years as COO of mobile game development at Capital Games. In addition to the Tiger Woods video game series, Eric’s most recent success was the Star Wars – Galaxy of Heroes franchise, a game he personally championed and is the most successful mobile game at EA, generating significant revenues in in-app purchases.

Previously, Eric was Senior Technical Director at AOL and Technical Director at WorldPlay / Imagination Network. Eric began his professional career as Software Engineer / Software Engineering Manager, R&D at Interactive Network where he was co-inventor on an interactive advertising patent. Eric has the perfect leadership background to design and build out the app and back-end systems that will be required to develop other sports verticals in addition to football on the WinView Games platform, as well as manage operations of the company.

Alan Pavlish, Chief Product Officer

Mr. Pavlish is a highly qualified veteran of the gaming industry with 30+ years of product development and management of iGaming (Daily Fantasy Sports, casino and poker) and Social/mobile gaming. Throughout his career, Alan has served in a wide range of senior leadership roles from startup/founder to executive and operations at a number of domestic and international companies. These roles and initiatives include Executive Advisor and Director of New Products at IGT / DoubleDown Interactive with oversight for planning of and development; co-founder/co-CEO of HollywoodPoker, growing the business into a top 5 online poker company; the launch of ClubHollywood online casino; co-founder and CEO of social games publisher Plaor; launched a free-to-play version of HollywoodPoker on mobile/Facebook, COO of Game Sports Network’s HotRoster daily fantasy sports app; and VP Development and CEO in Interplay Productions and Plaor, respectively.

Ex Machina Group (www.exmachinagroup.com)

WinView’s mobile game sports app is built by European firm Ex Machina Group and is based on their fully developed Play2TV platform, which has been used by multiple hit reality and entertainment TV programs around the world with millions of simultaneous users.  Ex Machina’s 15-person engineering team has served as WinView’s development resource since January, 2010.

Engine Media (www.enginemediainc.com)

WinView Games is A SUBSIDIARY OF ENGINE MEDIA HOLDINGS INC.

Engine Media Holdings Inc. is traded publicly on Nasdaq under the ticker symbol (GAME). The organization is focused on developing premium consumer experiences and unparalleled technology and content solutions for partners in the esports, news and gaming industry. The company’s other subsidiaries include Eden Games, premium video game developer and publisher with numerous console and mobile gaming franchises; Stream Hatchet, the global leader in gaming video distribution analytics; UMG, an end-to-end competitive esports platform enabling the professional and amateur esport community with tournaments, matches and award nominating content; and Frankly Media, a digital publishing platform empowering broadcasters to create, distribute and monetize content across all channels.

Engine Media generates revenue through a combination of direct-to-consumer and subscription fees; streaming technology and data SaaS-based offerings; programmatic advertising and sponsorships; as well as intellectual property licensing fees. To date, the combined companies clients have included more than 1,200 television, print and radio brands, dozens of gaming and technology companies, and have connectivity into hundreds of millions of homes around the world through their content, distribution and technology services.