ChoreMonster founder returns to Cincinnati for next venture

The founder of one of Cincinnati’s best-known startups is returning to the Queen City to launch his latest venture, a video game studio that he hopes will bring to light a hidden industry in the city.

ChoreMonster founder Chris Bergman is bringing his video game development studio, Gylee Games, named for his sons Guy and Lee, to Cincinnati. While the studio is already working on its first game – Ra Ra Boom, which features ninja cheerleaders from outer space – Bergman is moving back to Cincinnati in June from New Jersey, where he has spent the past year heading up its Smart Family app.

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Story excerpt provided by Cincinnati Business Courier.

Written by Andy Brownfield.

Originally published February 15, 2019.

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