Dreamloop and Big Blue Studios join Remote Control Productions' developer network

Date Type Companies involved Size
August 31st, 2018 partnership Remote Control Productions Not disclosed
Dreamloop and Big Blue Studios join Remote Control Productions' developer network

Development and mediation outfit Remote Control Productions has added two studios to its network of developers and services companies.

Big Blue Studios joins through RCPs subsidiary in Romania and has plans to develop multiple titles with various partners.

Finnish studio Dreamloop meanwhile was brought onboard with the company earlier this year and is looking to port its 2015 title Stardust Galaxy Warriors to Nintendo Switch.

RCP provides a variety of support services to game development studios, from business development and financial management to recruiting and talent development, and production, marketing & PR.

In return for its services the company also picks up a minority stake in its partners - including Dreamloop and Big Blue.

Team up

“I’m happy that we could win Big Blue Studios and Dreamloop Games as full members of the RCP family,” said RCP founder and CEO Hendrik Lesser in a statement.

“Our professional skill set is improving even faster and we have more diversity and expertise within the family than ever before. Our assignments get bigger and the quality of our games is getting better and better.

“We’re talking about 14 developer studios, 20 companies in general and 250 awesome colleagues in the family studios in 5 countries now. This shows how our sustainable business model that exists for 13 years now, is a growing and unrivalled success story that will not stop yet.”

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Natalie Clayton is an Edinburgh-based freelance writer and game developer. Besides PCGamesInsider and, she's written across the games media landscape and was named in the 2018 100 Rising Star list.


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