Carl Freer (Businessman) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Net Worth

is a Swedish businessman and technology entrepreneur primarily known for founding the American company Tiger Telematics, which created the handheld game console Gizmondo. Freer is also the founder of Singapore-based medical-device company, Aluminaid and co-author of several patents.

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Carl Freer Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth9 May 1970
Birth Day9 May
Birth Years1970
Age52 years old
Birth PlaceSweden
Birth City
Birth CountrySweden
Famous AsBusinessperson
Also Known forBusinessperson
Zodiac SignGemini

Also Known by the Full name Carl Johan Freer, is a Good Businessperson. He was born on 9 May 1970, in Sweden

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Carl Johan Freer Net Worth

Carl Johan Freer has a net worth of $1.5 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Businessperson. Famously known as the Businessperson of Sweden. He is seen as one of the most successful Businessperson of all times. Carl Johan Freer Wealth & Primary Source of earning is being a successful Danish Businessperson.

Carl entered the career as Businessperson In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022$0.5 Million to $1.5 Million Approx
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Born on 9 May 1970, the Businessperson is Probably the most famous person on social media. Carl is a popular celebrity and social media influencer. With his huge number of social media followers, he frequently shares numerous individual media files for viewers to comment with his massive amount of support from followers across all major social media sites. Affectively interact with and touch his followers. You can scroll down for information about his Social media profiles.

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In October 2015, Carl Freer unsuccessfully sued Danish Television Channel DR3 to have his name removed from a documentary on the Stein Bagger IT Factory fraud case prior to broadcast. Following the documentary broadcast, he filed defamation claims against 5 employees of DR.


In 2009, the law firm Patton Boggs on behalf of clients David Warnock and Simon Davies, filed an action alleging violations of the civil RICO Act against GetFugu, Carl Freer, and other officers and directors of GetFugu. The firm followed the lawsuit with a press release that falsely claimed that GetFugu and Carl Freer were being investigated by the FBI. In 2010, on a motion by GetFugu, District Court Judge George H. King dismissed Patton Boggs’ claims with prejudice. GetFugu and Freer then countersued Patton Boggs for defamation and malicious prosecution, seeking damages of over $500 million. Patton Boggs filed a special motion to strike the defamation claim, contending that the press release regarding the alleged FBI investigation, even if false, was protected by litigation privilege, but the California Court of Appeals disagreed, allowing Freer and GetFugu to proceed with the $500 million lawsuit against Patton Boggs. Patton Boggs’ special motion to strike the malicious prosecution claim was also denied, holding that Patton Boggs did not have probable cause to prosecute the RICO claims.


Freer founded Tiger Telematics, an electronics company that launched in 2002, raised over £160 million, and reached a market cap over $1 billion before it dissolved in 2006. He managed the development, launch and promotion of the Gizmondo. Freer was Chairman of the Tiger Telematics board of directors until he resigned in October 2005 pending publication of an article in the Swedish press. By 6 February 2006, the company was forced into compulsory liquidation and Gizmondo was discontinued. Other ventures included Xero Mobile—which had a service that automatically billed advertisers based on the number of marketing messages viewed by users—and Getfugu, which developed an application that enabled consumers to retrieve web content without typing a website address or search term into a browser. Freer co-founded a crowdsourcing networking website for filmmakers, financiers, actors and fans called FilmFunds as well as the Family Tree Foundation. In 2008, Carl Freer hosted a seminar at Georgia Institute of Technology entitled “High Tech Ventures in Mobile Gaming and Media”. Freer discussed his experiences, his plans for a potential rebirth of Gizmondo as well as his plans for the development of new mobile video technologies. The event took place as part of GA Tech’s GVU Center Lecture series. Later that year, a relaunch of Gizmondo was aborted. In 2010, Freer co-founded Aluminaid, which makes metal-based bandages to relieve pain in patients with first- and second-degree burns.

In 2006, no charges were filed after Los Angeles police found a collection of twelve rifles and four handguns at Freer’s home in an investigation that led to his arrest on suspicion of impersonating a San Gabriel Valley Transit Authority police officer to buy a .44 Magnum handgun. Authorities dropped the investigation after Freer established that he did not impersonate a police officer and showed a valid gun permit.


In 2005, Freer was fined £135,000 by a court in Stuttgart, Germany for canceling check payments in a transaction with a car dealer. Freer claimed he cancelled the cheques because he “thought he was being sold stolen cars”.


Carl Johan Freer (born 9 May 1970) is a Swedish businessman and technology entrepreneur primarily known for founding the American company Tiger Telematics, which created the handheld game console Gizmondo. Freer is also the founder of Singapore-based medical-device company, Aluminaid and co-author of several patents.

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