Publishing group Sega has acquired Californian indie studio Three Rings, the developer has announced.
“Today brings to a close a ten year journey as an independent developer, and opens a new chapter for the studio as a part of the Sega family,” said co-founder and CEO Daniel James. “As many of you know, Sega and Three Rings partnered to launch Spiral Knights, building a deep trust and mutual respect over the past year.”
James added that Sega is now collaborating with the studio to finish its work on a Doctor Who game – a project commissioned last year by the BBC’s commercial division.
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