Prior to Cerkl, Terek served as Executive Director of Online Strategies for InfoMotion Sports (IST). IST is the world’s pioneering leader for innovating sports products that quantify and digitize muscle-memory based athletic skills and for managing online communities.
Prior to IST, Terek served as a VP of Interactive Games for Los Angeles-based FOX Sports. He oversaw all facets of the online gaming operations for the FoxSports.com Interactive Unit, including WhatIfSports.com based in Cincinnati.
Terek founded WhatIfSports.com in February, 2000 and sold it to FOX Interactive Media in September, 2005. Prior to leading the Interactive Games unit for FOX Sports, he served as President/Founder of WhatIfSports.com, the Internet’s leader in sports simulation technology, games and content. In just 5 short years, he was able to grow WhatIfSports from an idea to over 500,000 members and orchestrated partnerships with some of the largest names in sports, including ESPN, Fox Sports, MLB, NBA and the NHL. In February of 2005, WhatIfSports was named Sports Site of the Year by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences, beating out both ESPN.com and BBCSports.com.
Prior to launching WhatIfSports.com in 1997, he founded, and served as President of, Incigna Technology Solutions – a provider of custom developed software and Internet solutions. Incigna worked with numerous Fortune 500 companies including General Electric, Anthem Insurance, Omnicare and Western Southern Financial.
Terek Kamil was named as a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.