Jared Steffes is a serial entrepreneur from South Chicagoland. He has helped with the creation of Rt. 66 Raceway, Chicagoland Speedway, two video game studios, and most recently was a co-founder at Tap.Me.
While attending DePaul University he co-founded DePaul's Largest student organization, DeFRAG, which is centered around video gaming and development. He also helped to develop DePaul's Video Game Development degree. Currently Jared is working on a new start-up called Matador, a stock advisory service for smart phones, and is serving as a board member of International Game Developers Association of Chicago.