After years of overseeing huge gaming franchises like “Halo” and “Destiny,” Harold Ryan left Bungie in 2016 to build a new company: Probably Monsters.
The new company received nearly $19 million in Series A funding last summer, and has been staffing up ever since — it just had its biggest month of hiring in April. From buying double equipment for employees to the difficulty of pitching multimillion-dollar games over video calls, Ryan spoke to the ups and downs of starting and running a huge new company during a global pandemic. “It’s hard to build and maintain a creative
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