Nominated Gaming & Venture Council Members

The GCP Working Group is excited to introduce two nominated council members, Tim Chang and Andrew Green! Tim and Andrew have exceptional track records in venture capital, investing, and games, perfectly aligning with the GCP’s mission to cultivate a thriving gaming ecosystem on Arbitrum. Their early involvement will ensure the GCP can operationalize quickly and sustainably.

In September, both members will be going through a re-confirmation vote to ensure the DAO has a voice in selecting the best representatives for the Venture and Gaming categories.

Meet Tim and Andrew!

Tim Chang

Tim previously led consumer technology investments at Mayfield Fund, focusing on next-gen Commerce & Marketplaces, Communities, Health & Wellness, Gaming and Digital Media, and has been named to the Forbes Midas List and the AlwaysOn Power Players of top investors, as well as receiving the Special Achievement award from the Gamification Summit for his work in leveraging game design thinking. Tim has led early stage investments in Grove Collaborative, Tonal Fitness, Fitmob/Classpass, Iridigm Display, Playdom, ngmoco, Basis, AdChina, Moat, and Pillow creating more than $2.6B in total exit value. His current board seats include Alignable and TRIPP VR. He holds an MBA with honors from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and a MSEE/BSEE from the University of Michigan, where he received a departmental scholar fellowship. Tim has also been an active and avid investor in Web3/blockchain since 2014, helping to establish and invest in early crypto hedge funds, as well as advising and supporting multiple web3 gaming startups.

Outside of his passion for venture and startups, Tim is also a proponent of healing and flourishing of Mind, Body and Spirit, and serves on the non-profit boards of California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS), and Ecoversity, and formerly served on the nonprofit boards of Little Kids Rock, NorthStar.guide, Gray Area Arts and Reimagine Death, as well as advising Transformative Tech Lab, Consciousness Hacking, Building Bridges, Near Future Summit, Edmund Hillary Fellowship, GoldHouse, Berklee School of Music, and other efforts to uplevel Capitalism with greater consciousness, regenerative models and inclusive stakeholding. His impact efforts include supporting MAPS and co-founding Northstar.guide to ethically commercialize psychedelic medicine, and he is dedicated to supporting Men’s Work, greater financial literacy for Women and Girls, ethical design principles for AI and tech products, regenerative agriculture/Permaculture, and fostering Conscious Community in Miami.

Andrew Green


Andrew N. Green has been a part of the games industry for over 22 years. Most recently as SVP, Growth and Operations at Stillfront Group, a public games group with over 50M MAU and over $600M in yearly revenue. Prior to Stillfront, Andrew helped start the games practice at a16z that eventually evolved into their inaugural gaming fund focused on game studios, gaming-related consumer apps and infrastructure.

He met a16z while at TinyCo (acquired by Jam City) where he was VP, Operations and Marketing partnering with the CEO to drive over $1.5B in lifetime revenue from products like Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery and Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff.

Prior to TinyCo, Andrew held product and marketing roles at Electronic Arts (Dead Space), Atari (The Matrix: Path of Neo), and Take-Two Interactive (Serious Sam).

What’s Next
The formation of the council is just the beginning! We’re excited to announce the upcoming GCP Council DAO elections to fill the remaining three positions. Further details regarding the nomination process, council qualifications, and how to nominate exceptional folks in your network will be shared shortly.

Thank you in advance for actively participating in the formation of the GCP!

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Tell me in what format this advice will work.
Full time work day?
How much will members receive?
What are their KPIs?

Hi cp0x! Great questions - We are still outlining the working norms, communication channels, etc. We envision this as a part time role, and all council members will have regular standing standing meetings and shared responsibilities helping GCP develop things like investment thesis, deal structuring/templates, transparency reporting, and more.

This post should help outline council role/responsibilities:

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