Jason Rubin

Jason Rubin

President & Co-Founder

Naught Dog

Jason Rubin, Co-Founder of Naughty Dog, has developed games since 1985.� Rubin, partner Andy Gavin, and the Naughty Dog team are responsible for the creation and development of the first four "Crash Bandicoot" titles: "Crash Bandicoot" (1996 PSX), "Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back" (1997 PSX), "Crash Bandicoot: Warped" (1998 PSX), and "CTR: Crash Team Racing" (1999 PSX), as well as the first "Jak and Daxter" title: "Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy" (2001 PS2).� Together, these titles have sold more then 25 million units worldwide, with more then half of the sales coming from outside of the United States.� Crash 3 is the only title created by a non-Japanese team to have sold more then a million units in Japan in the history of video games.� Rubin and Gavin sold Naughty Dog to Sony Computer Entertainment America in January of 2001.

Rubin hosted a seminar discussing "Tara Reid and The Future of Game Development."