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Ubisoft Pune

Ubisoft Pune
Ubisoft Entertainment India Pvt. Ltd
Formerly called
Gameloft Pune
Subsidiary of Ubisoft
Industry Video games
Interactive entertainment
Founded Pune, Maharashtra, India (2008 (2008))
Headquarters Kumar Cerebrum, Kalyaninagar, Pune, Maharashtra, India
Key people
Jean-Philippe Pieuchot
Managing Director
Products Video games
Number of employees
300+
Parent Ubisoft
Website ubisoft.com
Facebook Page

Ubisoft Pune, legally Ubisoft Entertainment India Pvt. Ltd., is a video game production studio based in Pune, India. The company is owned and operated by Ubisoft. It is one of Ubisoft's South Eastern Asian divisions, along with Ubisoft Shanghai and Ubisoft Singapore. In Times Animage 2009 held at Pune it was disclosed by Ubisoft officials that the Pune Studio was developing its own games on DS, Xbox 360 and PS3 platforms.


History

Gameloft established a video game development studio in Pune, Maharashtra in 2006.[1][2]

Ubisoft announced on 15 April 2008 that it had entered into an agreement to acquire Gameloft's development studio in Pune. At the time of the acquisition the studio housed a team of 120 developers and game testers. cuses on porting games to the current generation of consoles and handhelds.[3]

Developed games

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.dnaindia.com/money/report-ubisoft-will-acquire-gameloft-studio-1159909
  2. ^ http://www.gameguru.in/general/2008/16/gameloft-pune-acquired-by-ubisoft/
  3. ^
  4. ^ http://www.pockett.net/n19467_iPhone_Prince_of_Persia_L_Ombre_et_La_Flamme_est_desormais_disponible_a_prix_reduit_sur_iOS_et_Android
  5. ^ http://www.fantasymundo.com/noticias/26936/prince_of_persia_ahora_solo_089_%E2%82%AC
  6. ^ http://www.eurogamer.it/articles/2013-10-10-news-videogiochi-prince-of-persia-the-shadow-and-the-flame-sbarca-su-ios-e-android

External links

  • Ubisoft
  • Ubisoft Pune
  • Facebook Page


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