Frankfurt / Main, November 24th, 2011 — With a growth rank of 600 percent, the Frankfurt based videogame developer keen games received the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Award. With this award, Deloitte nominates the fastest growing technology companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). This year’s ranking is based on percentage revenue growth during the period from 2006 to 2010.
For the second time this year, keen games is honoured by Deloitte. At the beginning of November, the game developer already received the Deloitte Fast 50 Award for beeing one of the fastest growing technology companies in Germany. Both awards recognize the national and international success of the company that has already worked with renowned publishers like Disney, Ubisoft, Atari, Acclaim, Capcom and many more.
Jan Jöckel, CEO of keen games, considers the award as confirmation and incentive for the company: “This recognition from Deloitte proves our successful work we did over the past five years. We have established keen games sustainably as one of Germany’s leading game developers and also made it known on an international level. We want to proceed on this successful track by keeping the quality of our products and the motivation of our employees high.”
With the annual Technology Fast 500 Award, Deloitte honours the fastest growing companies from communication, media, internet, software, life science and clean technology in Europe, the Middle East and Africa since 2001. It is highly renowned within the technology sector. The award ceremony took place in London on November the 24th.
About keen games
keen games is one of the leading independent video game developers in Germany. The Frankfurt based company is run by veterans of game development having successfully developed games for over 18 years. With keen games proprietary Multi-Platform Engine & Tools the company has developed games for nearly all past and all current generation consoles and platforms. The award winning games created by keen games stand out for their high accessibility and their deep gameplay.