Digital Chocolate is a developer of games and applications for mobile phones. Based in San Mateo, California, Digital Chocolate offers many of the world's most popular games including Scarlotti's Mafia Wars 2, Mobile League WordJong, Bubble Ducky, and Johnny Crash. Digital Chocolate products are available through more than 200 operator and distribution partners, including Cingular, Orange, Sprint, T-Mobile, 3, Verizon Wireless, and Vodafone in over 60 countries worldwide.
Trip (William) Hawkins is a Silicon Valley American entrepreneur and founder of Electronic Arts, The 3DO Company and Digital Chocolate. Hawkins was the Director of Strategy and Marketing at Apple for four years before starting EA. In 2005, Hawkins became the eighth person to be inducted into the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences' Hall of Fame. Trip designed his own major at Harvard University in Strategy and Applied Game Theory, and then went on to receive an MBA from Stanford University.
Digital Chocolate has several revenue lines, the majority of which comes from a one-time fee from carriers for subscribers of Digital Chocolate mobile games.
Experienced CEO in Trip Hawkins, who, in 1982, founded Electronic Arts, a pioneer in the video gaming space.