New office to focus on development of original IP

Top Eleven developer opens studio in Macedonia

Top Eleven developer Nordeus has opened a new development studio in the Republic of Macedonia.

Based in Skopje, the new office will be headed by former Microsoft developer Marjan Petkovski.

The studio houses a team of 20 staff who are working on a brand new IP for the company, as well as contributing to the developer’s released titles such as football management sim Top Eleven.

“Opening an office in Skopje, Macedonia is a strategic decision for Nordeus,” said Nordeus CEO Branko Milutinović.

“Macedonia has a great talent pool that will help us ensure creativity and innovation in our products and we really look forward to expanding our office through recruitment of the talented local engineers.”

As well its new studio in Macedonia, Nordeus has offices in Belgrade and San Francisco. It also recently announced it would be opening a new customer relations and business and marketing operations centre in Dublin.

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