Jeroen Elfferich

CEO & Co-founder


Jeroen Elfferich studied Artificial Intelligence and Sociology and, aged 20, co-founded web developer NetlinQ in 1995. As CTO he helped to grow the company to over 200 employees when it was acquired by Framfab (now LBi Group) in 2000. A year later, he co-founded Ex Machina, where he currently serves as CEO and is responsible for overall management. Jeroen has been working on online gaming technology since 1998, mobile since 2001 and second screen since 2004. His interest is in synchronous, social and interactive entertainment across mobile, web and TV.

Thomas Glas


Thomas is an all-rounder with a wide international media-network and happy to be re-united with his first love: gaming. Soon after his study Economics at the University of Amsterdam, Thomas Glas got hooked on gaming in 1994 as part of the editorial team of Power Unlimited, a leading games magazine in The Netherlands. Within Endemol and its network of affiliates Thomas pioneered in the successful development, international production and distribution of participation television and interactive entertainment formats. From 2004 and prior to joining Ex Machina in 2010, Thomas was responsible at R&D Media/3CirclesMedia for commercial successes with mobile entertainment products and for setting up television business units in Malaysia and The Netherlands.

Remon van Vliet


Remon heads the development department of Ex Machina and is lead architect for all our product development. After his Computer Science study in Rotterdam Remon joined a game development company in The Netherlands in early 2000 as a game server developer for online games where he developed an active interest in server architecture, scalability and performance. He was recruited by Ex Machina in 2003 to develop our first iteration of game server technology and has been involved with the development of our software ever since.

Frank van Oirschot

Co-founder, board member


Frank is a business creative with experience in building companies around the latest technologies and changes in society. Frank is the co-founder and as a board member helps define the company strategy, finances and business planning. Frank started his first internet company in 1994 and has been in the online space ever since. In addition to his work at Ex Machina Frank is involved as an owner and strategist at various other companies. Frank van Oirschot studied business administration at the Haarlem Business School and Political Science at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam.

Jeroen Doucet

Managing Director Strategy & Concepts


Jeroen Doucet heads up Ex Machina’s Strategies & Concepts devision. He is an experienced media strategist with extensive operational management experience. Previously, he held higher management positions in traditional and online media organizations. He has a MA degree and a profound understanding of technology and new businessmodels