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Typhoon Studios joins Stadia Games and Entertainment


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Jade Raymond

VP and Head, Stadia Video games & Entertainment

Published Dec 19, 2019

Performing with some of the finest activity creators in the environment, we have discovered that a effective studio will come down to terrific people who have a vision to execute on the best suggestions. We’re always searching for men and women who share our enthusiasm and vision for the long term of gaming, which is why I’m so thrilled that Typhoon Studios, the impartial developers driving the approachingJourney to the Savage Planet,is signing up for Stadia Game titles and Amusement. 

Underneath the management of its co-founders, Reid Schneider & Alex Hutchinson, Hurricane Studios has designed an incredible group of industry veterans who are committed to the player working experience. The Hurricane team will be joining our initially Stadia Games and Amusement studio that is dependent in Montreal and led by Sébastien Puel. 

Hurricane Studios will keep on to perform on the launch ofJourney to the Savage Worldfor numerous platforms on January 28, 2020. In the meantime, our priority will be on integrating the crew from Typhoon Studios into Stadia Video games and Amusement. We’re thrilled to welcome this amazingly proficient crew to the Google relatives!

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