Established in 2012 by Jeff Meador and based in San Rafael, California, So Much Drama Studios creates social and mobile games filled with smart gameplay, vibrant art direction, and culturally irreverent humor. They created and developed hit games such as Mean Girls: The Game (based on the Tina Fey hit movie) and RuPaul’s Drag Race: Dragopolis (original game and a sequel; based on the Emmy-award-winning hit show). They provided key development leadership for several Virtual Reality titles and have produced a number of VR and AR corporate training titles.  They recently provided lead development services for a major destination attraction for a national sports league.

So Much Drama Studios has been honored to receive accolades such as Kotaku’s Gaming App of the Day and the Video Game Writer’s Pick of the Week for their apps.  They have been featured on sites such as Entertainment Weekly, Polygon, Forbes Magazine, Kotaku, Time, Cosmopolitan, and Seventeen.  As a small seven-person game studio, they remain agile and enjoy the ability to work directly with their partners to make sure that the games they develop maintain the intended brand and message.

Jeff Meador, president of So Much Drama Studios, is an active member of the gaming development community.  He is a sought after speaker and has spoken about diversity in gaming at a variety of events and conferences and brought So Much Drama Studios to PAX as one of the sponsors of the new Diversity Lounge.  He has been featured in Forbes Magazine, PAX, GaymerX, and other publications and venues.