Ubisoft Acquires Blue Mammoth Studio.
Ubisoft just announced that they have acquired Blue Mammoth Studio based in Atlanta. With this done now, Ubisoft also owns Blue Mammoth’s Brawlhalla which is a free to play fighting game and will be aiming to improve the game’s experience.
“The team at Blue Mammoth Games is expert at developing and running scalable, competitive, multiplayer online games, and they’ll be a great addition to Ubisoft’s network of studios,” said Laurent Detoc, President of Ubisoft NCSA. “With Brawlhalla, we’re getting a hugely popular and highly-profitable title that aligns with our strategy of expanding our audience and providing players with long-lasting, entertaining gaming experiences.”
“We’re looking forward to leveraging Ubisoft’s expertise and resources to continue developing and supporting Brawlhalla for the long term, and to benefiting from their help in bringing the game to new players,” said Matthew Woomer and Lincoln Hamilton, Blue Mammoth Games founders.
Blue Mammoth is studio being operated by very talented teams. They have worked hard for Brawlhalla and now its one of the most played free to play game on PS4. Ubisoft will now be working with them to make the game even better as they are have achieved pretty awesome results for its multiplayer games. We can take Rainbow Six Seige that has a huge number of active players. Matt Woomer from Blue Mammoth on joining up with Ubisoft, says:
It’s a big step for us. Blue Mammoth is going from a scrappy, never-say-die indie studio, to a scrappy, never-say-die Ubisoft studio. Thank you all for being here for it. I want to especially thank tournament organizers, clan leaders, streamers, folks making video content, and all the other leaders of the Brawlhalla community. You are the engine that makes Brawlhalla go. Thank you, and here’s to another big year.
Goodluck to Ubisoft and Blue Mammoth Team.