Game Face net worth:- Doug Marshall, the founder of the Gameface Company, takes his exclusive, temporary tattoo to the Shark Tank in episode 412. The Gameface Company was formed by Marshall to enable fans who love to paint their faces and support their favorite teams with a nigh alternative. The face paint is long and rubs on clothing; shortly, the face paint is a mess. Face paint is chaos. By employing temporary tattoos to exhibit colored loyalty, the Gameface Company cleans the face of the problem. It can also be used to wear certain licensed characters as costumes.
How they started
Doug comes in and looks for $450 million for 25% of his company. He shows it to be a “part-time” enterprise and struggles to expand while he supports his family as a sales representative. However, the prior year he made $102k in sales. The $100k annual pay for three years is part of his presentation and the cash he is looking for. The thought of wage does not please Robert and Daymond, and both of them go outside. He wants a 25 cents royalty on each Gameface sold till he gets his own money back. He wants the $450k with $300K considered a loan. Lori gives 40 percent of $450K and begs Mark to join her. Mark then offers $1 million for the whole business, including Doug’s $80K a year.
“The finest thing I could have done for my business was to make a contract with Mark and Lori,” Marshall adds. Mark Cuban gave an integrated audience to The Gameface Company; his team fans, the Mavericks. “The pride of your fan has shifted 180 degrees with the face of the game,” Cuban says. The Cuban fans are excited on board. Gameface sold $6,700 in the first year of operations. In the first ten months following Shark Tank’s debut appearance, revenue ranged to 200,000 dollars and estimates for the future reached from 2-20 million dollars, as more important professional sports teams sign up and license Gameface.