Jim Roush, the former executive producer of Shark Tank, investS in SubnatioN

Jim Roush, the former executive producer of Shark tank, invested in Subnation, a gaming and esports marketing and media platform, and will now serve as the platform’s senior advisor. However, only the investment news came out, and there are no revelations of its financial terms.

Jim Roush previously served Mark Burnett Productions, and during that, he worked on multiple television programs like the Emmy Awards, the Voice, and Shark Tank.

Official Statements

In a press release, Jim Roush commented on the investment over subnation. He exhibited his excitement, said,

The long-term value of Subnation’s position in the market is massive, and I couldn’t be more pleased to advise them on their next chapter of growth. As the world’s attention shifts to digital platforms and new forms of entertainment, Subnation knows the gaming community, what the audience wants, and where to deliver it. They provide networks, streaming platforms, and brands fresh formats and authentic stories that attract the screens of gamers now and in the future.

Jim Roush

Previously, in July 2020, three executive hiring’s were made by Subnation. In that, Chris Mann got appointed as the Chief Operating Officer, Carla Rizzo as the Head of the Brand Partnerships, and FaZe Clan Alec Strasmore, the former creative coordinator, as the Head of the influencer relationships.

Moreover, the Co-founder and the chief managing partner of Subnation, Doug Scott, commented on the hiring,

I’m excited to welcome Jim to the Subnation family as he exemplifies the caliber of talent we want to collaborate with. There has never been a bigger opportunity for content creators than there is today. From streaming tournaments and gameplay tutorials to lifestyle programming and branded content, gamers are consuming a record amount of video across a multitude of platforms. The addition of Jim to our team will accelerate our ability to develop and produce original content that not only attracts and engages the gaming community but also drives digital commerce.

Doug Scott

By Tanya Mishra

A Writer 'All Ghillied Up' as a Gamer.

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