In this week’s Immigration Law for Tech Startups podcast, I’m thrilled to be joined by Kevin Chou, a serial entrepreneur gaming and crypto expert. He talks about his latest venture, SuperLayer, which is a community of builders in consumer crypto, seeking to bring the next 100 million people into crypto. Kevin has an extensive background in his companies Rally (blockchain project for creators), Forte (a blockchain game developer platform), Gen.G (leading eSports organization), and more.
He also founded mobile game development company Kabam. He grew it to over 400 million in annual revenues and built the team to 1,100 people on three continents globally until it was eventually acquired for $1 billion.
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In this episode, you’ll hear about:
- The immigration story in Chou’s family
- His interest in finance
- How he transitioned from finance to venture capital
- Embracing new paradigm shifts in the technology
- Things he learned from building Rally
- The idea of truly owning your content through Web3
- How to get involved in SuperLayer
- His insights into the recent crypto crash
- Entrepreneurship and innovation in the Web3 space post-COVID
- How immigration supports innovation
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