Malcolm CasSelle is a well-known entrepreneur in the digital industry working as a top executive and advisors for the different digital company globally. He studied Computer Science at the Stanford University and The Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He started his career in 1995 as the chief technology officer in NetNoir, a company that focuses on producing websites. From 1998 to 2002 he joined Pacific Century CyberWorks (PCCW) as the co-founder. PCCW is now a public telecom company that is in Hong Kong with a value of over $38 billion. At his times at PCCW, he assisted the company to acquire increased connection locally and internationally transacting hundreds of millions of dollars for the company.

He later joined Capital Union Investment from 2006 to 2013 which deals with providing investment opportunities for the web companies. At his time at the Capital Union, he was the general manager of Groupon’s joint venture with Tencent, a Chinese company. When working at the Groupon, he was able to expand the revenue of the company from zero to millions of dollars in a month of the joint venture. He later joined Xfire as the CEO for the social network in video gaming which is known globally. Xfire has over 22 million registered users Malcolm assisted the company in acquiring financing and global competitive advantage in the gaming industry.

In January 2013 Malcolm CasSelle became the CEO of MediaPass and was the co-founder of Timeline Labs at the same year. In December 2014 TimeLine Labs was acquired by SeaChange International where he worked as the general manager for the company. In February 2016 he was named the chief technology officer of Tronc Inc which was formerly known as Tribune Publishing. He is currently working for Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX) that deals with trading of virtual assets for people playing online games. WAX tokens are used to transact between the buyers and sellers of the video game assets.