For 15 years, Arkadium has been providing digital publishers including USA Today, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times portals of games, quizzes, polls and other interactive content designed to improve audience attention, increase reader loyalty and drive new revenue. Inspired by a game of Ms. Pac Man, the company was founded in 2001 by husband and wife team, Kenny Rosenblatt and Jessica Rovello, as a developer of casual online games. The company has since published hundreds of games, including Microsoft Solitaire Collection and Mahjongg Dimensions, U.B. Funkeys, and other interactive content that can be found on the websites of digital publishing partners including MSN, Hearst Magazines Digital Media, ESPN, ABC, Lifetime, Washington Post and Discovery, to name a few. In early 2016 Arkadium announced that it has achieved the strongest growth in its history, signing hundreds of publishing partners including Sports Illustrated and Tribune Media and has generated over half a billion content views in 2015. Arkadium was named one of 14 New York Tech Companies to watch in 2016 by Forbes, and 'Best Workplace' by Inc. Magazine in its June 2016 issue.