For more than twenty years, Mr. Tribell has been a business adviser to both foreign and local entities in Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States. As the Soviet Union collapsed, he began to work closely with both Russian and foreign governmental and private enterprises to identify and commercialize post-Soviet technologies in the west.
Using skills that he has developed over the years, Mr. Tribell, who has a reputation for thinking ‘out of the box’, has the innate ability to see something and take into to the next level. Following his instinct which has been honed in the high-tech arena, he recognized the de-centralization of the digital entertainment industry which he has attributed largely to the advent of the app market and digital downloads. As a result, Mr. Tribell co-founded Digital Capital AG where he is fully dedicated to identifying, funding and exploiting viable software and technologies.
Stewart Kosoy is highly regarded in the video games industry as an expert with an instinctive eye for identifying new talent. Kosoy, who co-founded Digital Capital, was the key to the successful representation of Digital Illusions, which resulted in the Battlefield 1942 contract with Electronic Arts (EA) and later lead to the acquisition of Digital Illusions by EA. The Battlefield franchise has sold more than 7.2 million copies worldwide.
As a former Senior Partner at Interactive Studio Management, Executive Producer for MGM Interactive, Vice President of Product Development for GT Interactive, and Manager of Developer Relations at Sega of America, Kosoy leverages well over twenty five years of experience in the games industry. His ability to find and qualify new talent and titles, maintain relationships with key publishers and clients, and negotiate development agreements has driven his unrivaled track record.