Saturday, May 25, 2024
-Advertisement-
Reimagining Public Sector Analytics
Reimagining Public Sector Analytics
HomeNewsEnterprise ITAustralian gaming major Mighty Kingdom ties-up with Google for ‘future tech projects’

Australian gaming major Mighty Kingdom ties-up with Google for ‘future tech projects’

Follow Tech Observer on Google News

As per the agreement signed it is a 6-month ‘work for hire’ contract with the option to extend.

Google News

Australia's largest game developer, Limited has announced to partner LLC for a future technology project. According to the company, the new agreement was a significant step forward for Mighty Kingdom “and demonstrates its leadership position in the Australian games industry.”

“We're thrilled to be working with Google to pool our collective strengths and create something innovative. Making fun, accessible games has always been one of our key pillars, and we're excited to see what will blossom from this partnership with Google,” Philip Mayes, managing director and CEO of Mighty Kingdom, commented.

As per the agreement signed it is a 6-month ‘work for hire' contract with the option to extend. Mighty Kingdom has also clarified that, while the contract itself is material, the revenue under the contract term is not material in comparison to the company's market capitalization, as earlier stated by the company.

Mighty Kingdom is arguably the largest independent game developer in Australia. The company designs game experiences from the ground up for console, PC and mobile platforms. The company is said to entertain over 7 million players by creating game experiences in collaboration with some of the world's most well-known brands, including LEGO, Disney, Mattel, Funcom, Moose Toys, Spin Master, and others, as well as developing its own original games.

Get the day's headlines from Tech Observer straight in your inbox

By subscribing you agree to our Privacy Policy, T&C and consent to receive newsletters and other important communications.
Tech Observer Desk
Tech Observer Desk
Tech Observer Desk at TechObserver.in is a team of technology reporters led by a senior editor who brings latest updates and developments from the world of technology.
- Advertisement -
EmpowerFest 2024
EmpowerFest 2024
EmpowerFest 2024
EmpowerFest 2024
- Advertisement -EmpowerFest 2024
- Advertisement -Education Sabha
- Advertisement -Veeam
- Advertisement -Reimagining Public Sector Analytics
- Advertisement -ESDS SAP Hana

Subscribe to our Newsletter

83000+ Industry Leaders read it everyday

By subscribing you agree to our Privacy Policy, T&C and consent to receive newsletters and other important communications.
- Advertisement -

India’s data centre industry to add 791 MW capacity, 10 million sq. ft. space and $5.7 billion investment by 2026

The surge in capacity is primarily driven by the increasing adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI), with demand for Indian data centres projected to be between 650-800 MW during 2024-26.

RELATED ARTICLES