Koch Media acquires French development studio Digixart
Koch Media GmbH today has entered into an agreement to fully acquire the France-based game development studio DigixArt.
Founded by Yoan Fanise and Anne-Laure Fanise in 2015 Montpellier, France, Digixart is an award-winning and accomplished games development studio with 20+ employees consisting of veterans from the industry as well as young talented developers.
With experience in mobile, PC and console games development, DigixArt is the creative force behind critically acclaimed titles “Lost in Harmony”, “11-11 Memories Retold” and the upcoming Monday, August 16th Release “Road 96”.
“DigixArt is a very talented studio with an experienced team and proven capabilities to create great IPs. As part of Koch Media and the Embracer Group, DigixArt has the potential to grow and become a leading studio within narrative games. We look forward welcoming them to our team – powered by Ravenscourt” says Klemens Kundratitz, Co-founder and CEO of Koch Media.
With key strengths in creating and developing original IPs and excellence in story telling through unique narrative drive games, DigixArt will continue to operate as an independent studio and with support from Koch Media, will look to grow the team.
“By joining forces with Koch Media and Embracer, we will be able to grow our team and continue to focus on creating innovative and great games. We are truly excited about this partnership and what it holds for the future of DigixArt”, says Anne Laure Fanise, Co-founder DigixArt.
The inclusion of DigixArt among the Koch Media studios adds another level of skill sets and further strengthens its narrative story driven area of gaming.