We started Overwolf in 2010 as fresh Computer Science grads with a big passion for building gaming apps. Powered by a $100K seed investment by the epic Yossi Vardi, we wanted to build the features we were missing in the games we played. As young, inexperienced entrepreneurs we wanted to build a lot, and support every game. Easy Peasy! (or at least this is what we thought). With our initial beta launch at the summer of 2011, we already supported about a hundred games, and built in house apps for: in-game Skype integration (before ditching it for Discord), an in-game web browser, (clunky) video capture and more. Here’s our launch video. At this point, we got on a lot of people’s radar, and companies started reaching out to us about all sorts of new opportunities. Excited by the attention, and drunk from this initial love - we felt like we could do everything. But, we couldn’t have been more wrong.