Nordic Games invest in Dawn Studios

Nordisk Games invests in UK-based studio Supermassive Games.

The Copenhagen-based Nordisk Games has expanded its portfolio and acquired a 30.7% stake in Supermassive Games, which is known, among other things, for its successful games such as Dawn and the Dark Pictures Anthology. An undeclared game already works.

Nordisk Games is owned by Nordisk Games. Which in turn is part of Egmont and belongs to the Nordic Media Group. Over the years it has been possible to secure a large portfolio of different studios. These include Avalanche Studios Group, Star Static Entertainment, Raw Fury and Mercurystem.

According to its own statement, Supermassive Games will be the ninth studio to be added and is the UK’s first investment.

Pete Samuels, CEO of Supermassive Games: “We are very excited for Nordisk Games on behalf of Supermassive and we are sure it will be a very exciting time. From the moment I and I met Martin (Wallficz) and Mikel (Weider), we were confident that Nordisk would be a great partner for us and we were fortunate to welcome the expertise of Nordisk Games to our Board of Directors. Our companies share a passion for delivering beautiful games with emotionally captivating stories and we look forward to working closely with them and their partners at Nordisk Film and Egmont. “

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