Robby is the CEO of Animoca Brands, one of the leaders in blockchain gaming and the creators of titles like Phantom Galaxies, The Sandbox, REVV Racing, MotoGP Ignition, F1 Deltatime, Crazy Defense Heroes, as well as tokens like SAND, REVV, GAMEE, TOWER, and QUIDD. Before Animoca Brands, Robby co-founded One Media Group and Redgate Media, both of which he took public on the HK Stock Exchange. Robby first tried to create a metaverse when he invested in Muse Communications in 1997 after reading Snow Crash.
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