Elite Game Developers podcast

This is the ultimate game development podcast, where your host Joakim Achrén, the co-founder of Next Games, talks to founders of games companies, and together they explore the aspects of creating successful games companies.

You don’t want to miss out on these, as you’ll uncover the timeless ideas, game development processes, stories, and life lessons that will help you master the best of what other people have already figured out.

Listen on: Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or access the episodes below and listen to them on our site.

Alexander Bergendahl — A repeat founder story

In this podcast episode, I’m talking with Alexander Bergendahl, who is the co-founder and CEO of LootLocker, a games backend solutions company from Stockholm, Sweden. Alexander is a repeat founder, who’s been doing games companies for a while now. With Alexander, we talk about his founder journey, learnings from doing his companies, and how Alexander is still learning to be a better founder.

Alex Arias and Andreas Risberg — Game devs going Web3

In this episode, I’m talking with the co-founders of Trailblazer Games, Alex Arias and Andreas Risberg. Trailblazer Games is a new web3 games company, founded in 2021 and recently they’ve announced a seed round of $8.2m raised from investors like Makers Fund and Play Ventures.

Alexander Bergendahl — A repeat founder story

In this podcast episode, I’m talking with Alexander Bergendahl, who is the co-founder and CEO of LootLocker, a games backend solutions company from Stockholm, Sweden. Alexander is a repeat founder, who’s been doing games companies for a while now. With Alexander, we talk about his founder journey, learnings from doing his companies, and how Alexander is still learning to be a better founder.

Alex Arias and Andreas Risberg — Game devs going Web3

In this episode, I’m talking with the co-founders of Trailblazer Games, Alex Arias and Andreas Risberg. Trailblazer Games is a new web3 games company, founded in 2021 and recently they’ve announced a seed round of $8.2m raised from investors like Makers Fund and Play Ventures.