|Birth||29 March 1982, Vologda, Russia|
Igor Anatolyevich Bukhman (Russian: Игор Анатольевич Бухман, Igor Anantol'evič Buchman; born March 29, 1982) is a Russian entrepreneur and co-founder of video game developer Playrix.
Igor was born into a Jewish family in Vologda, the center of Vologda Oblast, USSR (now Russia).
In 2004 he graduated from the Vologda Pedagogical University with a degree in applied math.
In 2001 Igor and his younger brother Dmitry launched their first PC game in the style of Xonix.
In 2004 Igor co-founded a Playrix company. At this point his monthly revenue from selling games reached $10,000.
In 2009 Playrix started working in the mobile gaming industry. In 2013 free-to-play video game Township was released. It was a success and had 120 millions downloads as of November 2017.
Other famous games of the company are Fishdom, Gardenscapes, Homescapes, and Wildscapes. The monthly audience of all games is more than 100 million people. Most of the users are in the USA and China.
Playrix is one of the Top 5 grossing mobile publishers worldwide, according to AppAnnie analytics.