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Wednesday, 13 February 2008 11:47

Ubisoft expands

Written by Nadan Hadzibeganovic

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New studio in Singapore

 

Ubisoft’s expansion in Asia is slowly advancing. A couple of years ago they opened the doors of their first developer studio in Shanghai, only to be followed by developer/testing premises in Chengdu (also in China). Then they followed up with acquiring Digital Kids, Japanese team, and now they announced another developer studio in Singapore.

This 18th member of Ubisoft developer studio family will offer around 300 jobs and the person in charge will be Mr. Oliver de Rotalier. The team will mostly develop software for home consoles and mobile platforms.

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