Chinese holding company Tencent buys stake in Swedish video game studio
The financial investment in the form of the purchase of a share in the capital of the Swedish video game studio 10 Chambers Collective was made by the Chinese holding Tencent, the Games industry reported on October 1.
The size of the share, the amount, and terms of the deal was not disclosed. However, it is known that the contributor has promised not to interfere with the creative process of creating video games.
For his part, 10 Chambers Collective co-founders and creative director Ulf Andersson noted that their company was looking for a business partner вЂњwho would give us creative freedom to reach new heights, while at the same time supporting our long-term commitment to the GTFO community. вЂњ. GTFO is the studio's most famous project, a team-based shooting game with survival elements.
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