Cambridge, UK - Jagex, the UK’s leading games developer, publisher and pioneer in creating community-driven living games, expands its internal team with three new hires from across the games industry.
This Means Warp is the third title to be published by Jagex Partners, Jagex’s third-party publishing initiative.
Jagex supports the launch of Outlier Games’ first title. The roguelike title is the third deal of the RuneScape creators’ third-party publishing initiative, following ‘Space Punks’ and ‘Melvor Idle’.
Australian-based game studio Games by Malcs, together with publisher Jagex Partners, has announced the full launch of popular feature-rich idle game Melvor Idle. Since its first public early access release in September, Melvor Idle has welcomed more than a million players across Steam, App Store and Google Play Store.
Jagex announces partnership with indie studio to publish Melvor Idle, a RuneScape-inspired idle game
Leading British video game publisher and developer Jagex, creator of the iconic living game RuneScape franchise, today announced that it will be working with indie developer Brendan Malcolm to publish Melvor Idle under the Jagex Partners banner. Currently in Early Access, Melvor Idle is a game heavily inspired by Jagex’s renowned RuneScape franchise and has already been downloaded more than 600…
Jagex, a leader in online living games and developer and publisher of the iconic RuneScape role-playing games, today announced the appointment of Rashid Varachia as Chief Financial Officer (CFO); Rashid will also be joining the company’s board of directors.
Jagex, a global leader in the development and publishing of living games, has announced an expansion of its internal production teams with a slew of new hires from across the games industry.
Leading UK game developer and publisher of living games, Jagex, has today announced that it has further expanded the studio’s partnerships and third-party publishing capabilities. The hires are made as Jagex Partners readies for the upcoming announcement and release of its maiden title, developed by Flying Wild Hogs and its Cracow studio development team.
Leading UK games developer and publisher Jagex has announced it is expanding its Product and Analytics & Data Science teams with a bumper batch of new hires.
In an exceptional year, 2020 saw Jagex donate more than £445,000 to its charity partners thanks to the amazing support from its player communities in RuneScape and Old School RuneScape – the largest donation the company has been able to make in its 20 years of operation.
Global investment firm The Carlyle Group (NASDAQ: CG) today announced it has acquired Jagex, a leading developer and publisher of video games. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
With 7,306 consecutive days of non-stop play, RuneScape becomes one of the world’s longest-running online games and announces a year of epic 20th anniversary-themed content.
Leading British games company Jagex has announced that it has signed a deal with Flying Wild Hog to launch a new multi-format living game, the first title to be signed to its third-party publishing division Jagex Partners.
Jagex, the award-winning developer and publisher of the RuneScape videogames, has revealed its fifth successive year of growth with revenue increasing by 19.4% year-on-year to £110.9million in 2019.
Macarthur Fortune Holding LLC, a global asset management company, has announced that it has acquired Cambridge-based Jagex, one of the UK’s largest video game developers and publishers, for $530million through one of its funds, Platinum Fortune LP, from Shanghai Hongtou Network Technology.
Jagex, a leading UK developer and publisher of living games, has announced it has further strengthened the studio’s development team. The hires will drive forward the company’s plans to continue growing the RuneScape franchise and to build new game experiences. Even with the current coronavirus situation, 2020 is poised to be yet another year of significant investment in recruiting.
Cambridge-based Jagex Games Studio, the UK’s largest independent Games developer and publisher, has been crowned overall winner as the National Council for Work Experience (NCWE) reveals its 2012 award winners.