Dan Wagner is the Managing Director of I-Imagine Interactive, a development studio based in South Africa he founded in 1999.
He is a video game science graduate of the DigiPen Institute of Technology. Dan began his career working for the local distribution of SEGA where he quickly worked his way up to become the Product Manager. He later left the company to help launch the first 3D graphics card by Creative Labs (3D Blaster). His passion to create games steered him to the Digipen Institute of Technology, the first North American Video Game School . Dan graduated "The Art and Science of 2D and 3D Video Game programming" with excellence. After a year of contracting abroad, Dan returned to South Africa in 1999 to actualize his dream of starting I-Imagine. In 2006 Dan assisted a local distributor to acquire the distribution contract for the Xbox 360 in South Africa. He joined the company and helped officially launch the Xbox 360 in South Africa. In 2009 Dan decided to focus all his efforts on growing I-Imagine and helped the company release its first Xbox 360 and PS3 game.
Last updated: Aug 04, 2010