Dan and Sam Houser have been named among the 1,000 wealthiest Britons, along with a number of other notable games industry names.
The list was compiled and published by yesterday’s The Sunday Times, as spotted by Polygon. The Houser brothers, best known for co-founding Grand Theft Auto firm Rockstar Games, were ranked at No.947, with a combined fortune of £90m ($151m).
However, the richest games industry entry to the list is Mel Morris from Candy Crush Saga creator King. Morris reached No.238 on the list with wealth of £407m ($684m).
This is the first time in six years that The Sunday Times has run its wealthiest Brit list, raising the minimum value of entrants from £80m to £85m.
The Housers’ latest title Grand Theft Auto V made $1bn after just three days on sale when it was released in September.
Rockstar recently revealed that it will release a brand new game for Xbox One and PS4 before the end of the financial year, March 2015.