About Game Taco
Game Taco Inc. is the nation’s leading online skill-based game studio and tournament platform and is focused on bringing gamers together to play and compete in tournaments for fun and real cash prizes. The company has over 20 years of experience in skill gaming and leads the industry with best-in-class technology for managing mobile and web-based tournaments.
In 2021 Game Taco, with strategic investment from Platinum Equity, acquired WorldWinner, a pioneer in skill-based offerings and game development. Together they operate under the Game Taco umbrella and boast rights to over 200 original and licensed IP titles, including classic games like Solitaire, Bingo, and premium titles like Atari Breakout, Centipede, Wheel of Fortune®, The Price Is Right Super Plinko®, SCRABBLE Cubes, Bejeweled, TRIVIAL PURSUIT, Two Dots, and Angry Birds that can be played via the WorldWinner mobile app and website.
Game Taco Notables:
- Has awarded $1.5 billion in cash and prizes.
- Hosts over 5 million tournaments each month.
- Has been played by over 20 million users.
FanDuel Partnership / FanDuel Faceoff Launch
FanDuel Faceoff Screenshots
Executive Bio – Josh Barrow
Josh Barrow is the founder and President of Game Taco, Inc.. With over 25 years of executive experience spanning early-stage startups to public companies, Josh is a seasoned operator with experiences at all stages of corporate growth. From 2014 to 2016, he was Vice President of Mergers, Acquisitions & Integration for Global Services at VMware. His team was involved in over a dozen acquisitions and integrations during this period, ranging from the $1B+ purchase of AirWatch to small technology tuck-ins.
From 2002 to 2104, Josh founded and grew Third Sky, Inc. an IT Service Management consulting and training firm servicing many Fortune 1000 clients. Third Sky acquired 3 companies during this period and ultimately sold to VMware in 2014.
From 1995 to 2001, Josh was the VP of Services for Breakaway Solutions, a full-service solution provider based in Boston, MA. He oversaw growth from 10 people to 1200 people through both organic growth and multiple acquisitions. After securing investment from the Internet Capital Group, Breakaway went public in 1999 on the NASDAQ as BWAY with global operations and a $3B+ market cap.
Josh did his undergraduate work at Harvard University in the bachelor program studying computer science and electrical engineering. He is a member of Mensa, has served on various non-profit boards, and continues to be very community-minded.