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Keywords continues it's string of acquisitions

QA firm Enzyme acquired by Keywords for $3.65m

Canadian Video game QA service and testing outfit Enzyme Testing Labs has been acquired by tech service company Keywords for $3.65M as Keywords further their goal of cornering the game "services" market.

Keywords snapped up playtesting research company Player Research just last month, while it’s also grabbed hold of video game art services studio Liquid for $9 million and visual development studio, Volta.

"The acquisition of Enzyme brings together two of the leading video games testing providers, reinforcing Keywords’ position as the market leader in the field, with testing operations in Montreal, St-Jérôme, Seattle, Tokyo, Singapore, New Delhi, Milan and Dublin,” said Andrew Day, chief executive of Keywords Studios.

"The acquisition will not only generate considerable cost synergies but it will provide greater scale, flexibility and breadth of services for our combined interactive media clients globally,” he added.

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