Video game QA and localisation firm Keywords Studios has continued its string of acquisitions by picking up Enzyme Testing Labs for $3.65 million.
The Quebec-based firm is said to generate an annual revenue of $8.2 million. It also has offices in Montreal and Kawasaki, near Tokyo.
It provides QA and localisation testing services for games as well as its own localisation services and focus group testing for developers.
Considerable cost synergies
"The acquisition will not only generate considerable cost synergies but it will provide greater scale, flexibility and breadth of services for our combined interactive media clients globally," said Andrew Day, Chief Executive Officer of Keywords Studios.
"We warmly welcome Enzyme's highly talented and games passionate employees to the fast-growing Keywords Studios family as we work together to deliver the highest quality, cost effective services to our clients around the world."
The news comes less than a month after Keywords acquired Brighton-based user testing studio Player Research. Keywords has now spent over $5 million on acquisitions in the last 22 days.