Jason Citron who is currently the CEO & Founder of Discord, which is currently a popular communication and kind of Social media platform.
During the early stages of Discord, its domain name was Discordapp.com or Discord.gg as .COM TLD was not available and the platform was still in the early stages ( Alpha ) targetting only gamers and direct marketing against Skype & Teamspeak.
The social gaming platform was founded by Jason Citron, who is also known as the co-creator of OpenFeint, a social network for gamers using iPhones. He eventually sold the OpenFeint technology to the giant Japanese social networking service, GREE, in 2011 for US$104 million, which the CEO used to build his studio, Hammer & Chisel.
In 2015, Citron and his staff released the Multiple Online Battle Arena (MOBA) game “Fates Forever,” which was initially created to battle the success of League of Legends and similar games. It was well-reviewed, but it didn’t do well in revenues.
Jason Citron, the 26-year-old CEO, and creator of OpenFeint, a mobile platform for social gaming. Sold his company to a Japanese mobile game maker GREE for a whopping $104 Million. Citron says he was obsessed with mobile games since getting a Nintendo DES at the age of five and credits his parents for not limiting the amount of time he spent with it.
Why was the Email Sent?
In order to receive direct feedback from the community, Jason Citron used to send emails to Discord users who were actively using the platform. As it was still in its early apha stages with too many bugs and various features to brainstorm.
It was pretty cool to be receiving mails directly from the CEO / Founder of Discord, most people might also say it to be some kind of marketing method for PR.
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However, Discord has come a long way in its journey from being a voice-over-internet protocol ( VoIP ) service to becoming the largest chat platform, kind of like social media for gamers. It is slowly also targeting the different fields of the market as well apart from gamers.
Frequently Asked Question
1. How do I contact Discord?
You can get help and support from Discord by sending an email to [email protected], using Twitter, or using other ways in their help section.
2. Does Discord respond to emails?
Will Discord answer the emails you send? Discord is proficient at responding to emails from customers, so you should expect them to do so. Most of the time, it takes them between 24 and 48 hours to get back to you. In rare cases, though, the reply could take up to a few days.
3. Why did I get an email from Discord?
When someone tries to log in to your account from a place that can’t be verified, you get that email. Don’t check if it wasn’t you! That email is only sent if they used your correct username and password. If you think you’ve been hacked, change your password!
4. Does Discord have a email?
Send an email to [email protected] if you need assistance from their team.
5. Does Discord respond to reports?
15% of the 132,817 user reports that were filed for harassment on Discord took in the company taking action. Doxing accounts for 43% of the actions that Discord took, while exploitative content accounts for 43%, cybercrime accounts for 41%, and extremist or violent content accounts for 38%.