Hi and thank you for your question!
Here are the two companies that certainly fits your description.
Qt has demonstrated excellent management track-record in delivering on its ambitious strategy and goals. The management also has excellent track record in shareholder value creation as the core technology was acquired from Nokia for just 4 MEUR in 2012 and has since grown into 900 MEUR valued business. Some of the world’s largest brands (like LG, Panasonic, Daimler) have made a strategic technology choice by using Qt to build their products. This reflects the competitiveness of Qt’s technology in the embedded systems market segment, a strategic choice the company made 5 years ago when this market segment for developer tools was still almost non-existent.
- Successful transformation to a multi-project studio and current pipeline of games enables growth for years to come
- Strong track-record of developing high quality games
- Compelling position in the market: Demand for high quality gaming content is increasing, but number of independent AAA game studios is decreasing due to the industry consolidation and high entry barrier
- Recent publishing deal with Epic Games is a great example of Remedy’s strong reputation in gaming industry: The terms of the deal were epic for Remedy and the risk/reward-ratio for those games is attractive from Remedy’s perspective. Epic Games covers all the development and marketing costs, but profits from those projects are split 50/50 between Remedy and Epic. Remedy also retains IP ownership of those games.
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