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Seattle-based developer Big Fish Games is set to lay off 250 employees as the company faces a restructure.
The company currently has around 600 members of staff, meaning it will cut down its workforce to just over half.
Mobile games developer and publisher Huuuge has filed a prospectus to the Polish Financial Supervision as it explores the possibility of an initial public offering.
As part of our 'Making Of' series, we spoke with Hutch game director Corentin Delprat regarding the development and release of F1 Manager, alongside how the game managed to accumulate 350,000 DAUs.
Peak Games' puzzle title Toon Blast has exceeded $1 billion in lifetime revenue, according to Sensor Tower.
The US has proven to be the most lucrative country for the game, accounting for 60 per cent of all earnings, or rather $204 million.