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FlowPlay CEO Derrick Morton.
Between the roulette wheel and conference rooms named after virtual characters, FlowPlay’s new headquarters has game company written all over it.

The eight-year-old Seattle startup recently moved into new downtown digs just a few blocks from its old space, which was already one of the top offices in Pioneer Square.

The new HQ includes themed conference rooms based on FlowPlay’s characters from the company’s OurWorld and VegasWorld games, electric guitars available for employee jamming, a meditation room, a small gym, and a full bar.

FlowPlay was founded in 2006 by former Real Networks GM Derrick Morton and employs 30 people. The company has raised $7.2 million from Intel Capital and ASI, and has been profitable since 2011.

GeekWire took a tour of the new FlowPlay space for this installment of Launch Pads. Check out the space in the video below.

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