Arma and DayZ dev Bohemia insists it will continue to operate independently after Tencent investment – Eurogamer.net

Terms of the investment were not disclosed.Bohemia employer Marek Španěl insisted his business will continue to run independently and be led by the existing management team.” We look forward to working on our future and present generations of video games with the support of a strong partner that has understood us for many years and comprehends our unique method to online video games.” Bohemia is home to more than 300 staff working on Arma 3, DayZ, Ylands, Vigor, and different other projects.Tencent is the world’s largest video game business in terms of profits, with considerable stakes in a number of western video game publishers, such as League of Legends maker Riot, Clash of Clans studio Supercell, and Fortnite developer Epic Games.In January 2021 Don’t Starve designer Klei Entertainment insisted it”keeps full autonomy “after Tencent purchased a majority stake in the company.And in December 2020, Tencent ended up being Warframe developer Digital Extremes’parent company after it purchased the studio’s previous owner, Hong Kong video game business Leyou.Tencent has been the subject of debate over the years, with its influence questioned.

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