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About Us


Our Mission

Lootcakes was founded with the mission of helping video game players to unlock the value of their game activity data, particularly their in-game purchasing and social data. 

With the surging popularity of free-to-play games, game publishers have become increasingly dependent on the minority of players who actually spend money, and on those whose social engagement (with clans, friends, etc.) attracts new players.  These high-value players have great power and influence, but haven’t had the means to take full advantage of it – until now.

For the first time, Lootcakes enables players to consolidate their cross-platform gaming data, and to leverage that data to obtain valuable benefits for themselves, their friends and the entire community.  

Data is Power.  Lootcakes puts that power in the player’s hands. 


Our Core Principles

Your trust is our #1 priority - without it we have no business.  

We hope to gain and keep your trust by doing the following:

1. By being honest and direct.

Our main business goal is to transform your gaming data (especially your game purchase and social data) into cash, in part to fund your rewards, and in part to pay our expenses and make a profit.  We want you to find our service valuable, and in the process we also want to make money. These are not mutually exclusive goals - in fact, both must occur for us to have a sustainable business.  We want you as partners, and true partners don’t BS each other.

2. By taking your security seriously.

Your data is the lifeblood of our business. We are dedicated to protecting your data from unauthorized access, and to deleting data as soon as practicable when it becomes unnecessary for the business purpose. We pledge to aggressively monitor your data’s security and to regularly reassess our security practices to maintain the highest standards.

3. By listening to your feedback, and by doing something about it.

We invite you to tell us what you think about our product and service, and to offer your ideas and constructive criticism on how we can do better.  We will strive to address your feedback and continuously improve your experience.


Our Co-Founders

Matt Littin (CEO) is a lifelong gamer who cut his teeth in the film business, helping to secure distribution and financing for numerous award-winning independent films, such as Napoleon Dynamite, Super-Size Me, Little Miss Sunshine, and I’m Not There.  Amazed at how video games were being transformed by supernatural forces (aka digital distribution, social media, mobile devices and new business models), Matt decided to pixelate his career. After spending three years evaluating investments in the video game space, Matt got the crazy idea for Lootcakes and decided to call his college buddy for help…

David Schleupner (CTO/COO) used to study rocks (aka geology) but ultimately got sucked into the magical world of writing code.  After years of building rock-hard code, Dave sold his software & technology consulting firm to a large corporation (see NYSE: TW), then set about building a second floor on his house.  Upon completing this herculean task, and after several months worshipping a large plasma television, Dave answered his phone.
Matt Littin (CEO) is a lifelong gamer who cut his teeth in the film business, helping to secure distribution and financing for numerous award-winning independent films, such as Napoleon Dynamite, Super-Size Me, Little Miss Sunshine, and I’m Not There.  Amazed at how video games were being transformed by supernatural forces (aka digital distribution, social media, mobile devices and new business models), Matt decided to pixelate his career. After spending three years evaluating investments in the video game space, Matt got the crazy idea for Lootcakes and decided to call his college buddy for help…


David Schleupner (CTO/COO) used to study rocks (aka geology) but ultimately got sucked into the magical world of writing code.  After years of building rock-hard code, Dave sold his software & technology consulting firm to a large corporation (see NYSE: TW), then set about building a second floor on his house.  Upon completing this herculean task, and after several months worshipping a large plasma television, Dave answered his phone.



Our Partners



InComm is helping us to reward our members with digital gift cards & codes.  InComm is the acknowledged industry leader in prepaid card and transaction technologies, products and services including gift, wireless, games, long distance, music and reloadable debit cards.  InComm partners include iTunes, Disney, Amazon.com, Best Buy, Walmart, Target, Visa and American Express.


        


Subatomic is helping us to create an engaging online experience for our members.  Subatomic is an award-winning user engagement agency and creative studio located in Amsterdam.  They specialize in User Experience Design and Interaction Design, and their clients include Aegon N.V. and Elsevier BV.


Our Advisors

Andrew N. Green is Head of Business Development & Operations at TinyCo (acquired by Jam City), an Andreessen Horowitz-backed leader in mobile F2P gaming. 

Bjorn Stabell is Co-Founder & Board Member at App Annie, the market leader in mobile app analytics & intelligence.

Dan Laughlin is SVP & GM at HyprMX (subsidiary of Jun Group), a mobile game/app monetization network. Former Sr. Director at Flurry (acquired by Yahoo!).

Shannon Chang was Head of Partnerships & Publishing at Linekong, a publicly traded mobile game publisher headquartered in Beijing.

Steve Fowler is VP of Publishing at Blizzard Entertainment. He oversees Hearthstone, the popular F2P game/eSport.





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