Theodor Mauritz Forselius (born March 23, 1995), known as "Tedde", is a Swedish Internet entrepreneur and programmer. He is the co-founder and CEO of Everipedia, which he created with Sam Kazemian, Mahbod Moghadam and Travis Moore in 2015. 
Theodor was born in Jönköping, Sweden to Bruno Forselius and Erika Forselius. When he was 11 years old he founded an online gaming community that hosted online servers in game franchises such as Battlefield, Call of Duty and Minecraft. The community eventually grew into a social networking service specifically tailored to gamers. Theodor dropped out of high school to pursue the social networking idea but ended being offered an internship at a Swedish online advertising and web development company where he started working at the age of 16. Less than a year later Theodor landed a full-time position at NOGA where he continued working until 2014. 
Theodor and Sam Kazemian originally met through a mutual acquaintance in 2013. But it wasn't until the summer of 2014, when Theodor was visiting Sam Kazemian at UCLA., that the two began discussing the original idea behind what would later become Everipedia. A few months later during the fall, the two decided to officially start working on the project and Theodor moved to Los Angeles, California to focus on Everipedia full-time. During the spring of 2015, Mahbod Moghadam and Travis Moore joined as founders and together they raised a seed investment from Mucker Capital.    In December 2017, Everipedia announced that Wikipedia Co-Founder Larry Sanger had joined the company as it's new Chief Information Officer. After the announcement Theodor was featured on the front page of WIRED alongside Larry Sanger and Travis Moore.  In February 2018, it was announced that Everipedia had raised $30 million from Galaxy Digital's EOS.IO Ecosystem Fund. The news was covered in a vast number of prominent publications such as Fortune Magazine, Reuters, Business Insider and a featured interview with Theodor on in Swedish Business Magazine Dagens Industri. 
Prior to working on Everipedia, Theodor was the creator of several online gaming projects and companies. Some of the projects included founding social gaming network "HELLO" and the MOBA-game focused community website Mobafy. Theodor also worked as a web developer at Swedish advertising agency NOGA from 2011-2014 in Sweden. 
In the Media
Theodor's work with Everipedia has been recognized internationally in publications such as Wired Magazine, Business Insider and Forbes. He has also been featured on the front page of local publications in Sweden such as Veckans Affärer and Dagens Industri.