Scopely is a touchscreen entertainment network founded in 2011 based in Los Angeles. Scopely was founded in 2011. In February 2013, Scopely announced the first six partner studios in its developer network. While working with one of Scopelys first partners, Scopely boosted New Zealand Studio Rocket Jump’s Mini Golf MatchUp game to over 10M downloads one month. As of 2013, Scopely had 80 employees. In 2014, Scopely brought in former Disney Executives Javier Ferreira as Chief Operating Officer and Tim O'Brien as Chief Revenue Officer. Through its developer program, Scopely partners with game developers and global entertainment companies to bring distribution and monetization technology to free to play games. To date, Scopely has released nine games, with Dice with Buddies and Mini Golf MatchUp being early successes. Scopely has had four consecutive #1 iPhone games on the US download chart. In May 2015, Scopely signed a multi-year strategic partnership with Digit Games, Irelands largest games developer. In August 2015, Scopely ranked #9 on Inc.s List of the 5000 Fastest-Growing Companies in America.