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    Stillfront acquires Netmarble’s Iron Throne: The Firstborn | Pocket

    Stillfront Group has acquired Iron Throne: The Firstborn from Netmarble for an undisclosed quantity.

    First launched in Might 2018, Iron Throne: The Firstborn is an RPG technique that options participant versus participant parts.

    By September 2021, the title had reached a mean of 100,000 month-to-month lively customers and had generated $12 million in bookings within the earlier 12 months,

    Following the acquisition, the sport can be renamed ‘Rise of Firstborn’ and operated by Stillfront subsidiary Kixeye.

    Expanded portfolio

    “Asset acquisitions proceed to be an vital a part of Stillfront’s progress technique,” stated Stillfront Group CEO Jörgen Larsson.

    “‘Iron Throne: The Firstborn’ is a high-quality technique sport with a loyal consumer base that matches good in our portfolio of long-lifecycle video games. The sport is constructed on a state-of-the-art sport engine which doubtlessly can be utilized for engine sharing and additional scaling inside Stillfront.

    “Kixeye is a good dwelling for ‘Iron Throne: The Firstborn’ and we stay up for what we are able to do with the title as part of the group.”

    In November, Stillfront owned Goodgame launched a localised German model of its text-based simulation sport, BitLife.

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