Reliance BIG Entertainment acquires 50% stake in UK Based Codemasters

Reliance BIG Entertainment (which owns Zapak) has acquired 50% stake (alongside existing investor, Balderton Capital) in Codemasters, British firm that is into development and publishing of video games.
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Reliance BIG Entertainment (which owns Zapak) has acquired 50% shareholding (alongside existing investor, Balderton Capital) in Codemasters, British firm that is into development and publishing of video games.

Codemasters has major franchises in cricket games (The Ashes), racing games (Formula 1, Dirt2 and Race Driver Grid), performance games (Dance Factory) and military simulations (Operation Flashpoint 2) and annual revenues in excess of US$ 150 Million.

Zapak has JumpGames division which is into mobile game development and publishing and this partnership with Codemasters will compliment the two companies’ development/distribution skills.

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