Fantasy Moguls is launching next-generation fantasy games and sports content on social networks, enabling fans to follow their favorite sports, teams and college conferences in the places they spend the most time online.
Atomic Moguls, the parent company of Fantasy Moguls, is led by co-founder and CEO Brenda Spoonemore. The company is backed by Second Avenue Partners and its board includes representatives from Second Avenue and Amazon.
Here's more on our management team:
Brenda Spoonemore, President and CEO
Brenda has been President and CEO of Atomic Moguls since founding the company in 2006. Previously, she was Senior Vice President of Interactive Services for the NBA, with responsibility for the league's profitable interactive P&L, including global digital operations, licensing and strategy, and served on the board of Newsvine, a Seattle-based startup acquired by MSNBC.com in 2007. Brenda was named on Street and Smith's Sports Business Journal's "Forty Under 40" list in 2002, and as Multichannel News' "Woman to Watch" in 2003. She holds a Master's degree from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
E-mail: brenda (at) fantasymoguls (dot) com
Tom Coyle, Vice President, Product Development
Tom joined Atomic Moguls as one of the founders in Jan., 2007. He began his new media sports career at Starwave in 1997, as a producer for NFL.com. Until 2007 Tom worked at Starwave and eventually ESPN.com in Bristol, CT, serving as the Executive Producer of ESPN.com. He holds a B.A. from Colgate University.
E-mail: tcoyle (at) fantasymoguls (dot) com
Mark Haubner, Vice President, Content & Partnerships
Mark joined Atomic Moguls as one of the founders in Jan., 2007. Previously, he was Director of Programming for NBA.com and Co-Producer of the award-winning Scene It? Friends Edition for Screenlife. Mark began his career at Starwave, where he worked on ESPN.com and as part of the team which initially built NBA.com. He holds a B.A. from Amherst College.
E-mail: mark (at) fantasymoguls (dot) com
Atomic Moguls, Inc. 2009.