Matt Hulett, the Seattle startup veteran who was most recently president of RealNetworks’ video-game division, has been named the CEO of ClickBank, a Boise-based digital content creation, distribution and marketing platform.
Hulett, the former AdXpose (Mpire) CEO and Expedia Corporate Travel president, announced his departure from RealNetworks’ GameHouse unit a month ago for an unspecified position, but hadn’t said where he planned to go.
He has moved from Seattle to Boise to take the position. Hulett replaces ClickBank CEO Bradley Wiskirchen, who remains the chairman of the company. Wiskirchen will also remain the CEO of fraud-risk and management company Kount, a ClickBank sister company, and Keynetics, the parent of the two companies.
Hulett led GameHouse, formerly RealGames, as the company shifted from downloadable casual games to the new world of social and free-to-play games — going up against stiff competition from some of the giants of the industry. Most recently GameHouse launched a new GameHouse Casino on Facebook and iOS.