Jam City Expands Portfolio with Acquisition of Brainz Team and Assets, Including Award-Winning Strategy Game World War Doh

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LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jam City, a global leader in mobile entertainment, providing social gaming experiences for millions of players around the world, today announced that it has acquired the assets of Brainz, a Bogota, Colombia-based mobile game developer, including the upcoming action strategy game World War Doh. Brainz’s world-class creative team has joined Jam City and will continue to carry out the development of World War Doh.

The highly anticipated World War Doh title was awarded Apple’s “Best of 2017� in the Tech and Innovation category in Latin America, as well as the “Best In Show: Audience Choice� award at the 2017 Casual Connect USA conference. Jam City will launch World War Doh worldwide in late 2018. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

World War Doh is a fast-paced strategy game in which players lead the Commander and his (not entirely willing) band of allies in real-time combat while deploying troop and spell combinations into the battlefield. The game combines humorous and engaging gameplay with high production value, memorable characters and unique social features. The acquisition marks Jam City’s continued expansion into real-time strategy game development and provides a strong platform for continued innovation in mobile entertainment.

“This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for Jam City to acquire a highly anticipated, award-winning mobile game before its worldwide launch,� said Chris DeWolfe, co-founder and CEO of Jam City. “World War Doh is an entirely new type of game for Jam City, and we’ve been blown away by how creative, entertaining and just plain fun it is. We look forward to welcoming the incredibly talented World War Doh team to Jam City and bringing the experience to gamers worldwide later this year.�

“We instantly hit it off with the Jam City team, which has been extremely supportive and truly shares our vision for World War Doh,â€� said Alejandro Gonzalez, General Manager of the Bogota studio. “World War Doh has been a labor of love for our team and we could not be more excited for the game to become part of Jam City’s top-ranked portfolio of hit entertainment properties. This deal proves that it is possible for Latin American talent to become part of global companies like Jam City – the future is bright!â€�

Pre-register for World War Doh here. For more details on Jam City, and to learn more about Jam City games, visit www.facebook.com/jamcityhq and www.twitter.com/jamcityhq.

Editor’s Note

To download supporting assets for World War Doh, including the latest gameplay video, please visit: https://app.box.com/v/JamCity-WorldWarDohAnnc

To view or embed the latest gameplay video for World War Doh, please visit: https://youtu.be/ID0AozCg8A4

About Jam City:

Jam City is a global leader in mobile entertainment, providing social gaming experiences for millions of players around the world. Jam City was founded in 2010 by MySpace cofounders Chris DeWolfe and Aber Whitcomb, and former 20th Century Fox executive Josh Yguado. Jam City is the creative powerhouse behind some of the highest grossing and most enduring social gaming franchises for mobile, including Cookie Jam (Facebook “Game of the Year� winner) and Panda Pop. Jam City is the go-to studio for Hollywood, having developed immersive, narrative rich mobile games around iconic entertainment brands including Harry Potter, Family Guy, Marvel Avengers and Futurama. Jam City has 500 employees across studios in Los Angeles (HQ), San Francisco, San Diego, Seattle and Buenos Aires. The Jam City team is known for its creative excellence and technological innovation in key areas including storytelling, data science and consumer insights.

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Sarah Thompson

Sarah Thompson

Sarah is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing. Before joining Daily Telescope she worked as a staff writer at Fast Company and spent two years as a foreign correspondent in Turkey. Her work has been published in Al Jazeera America, The Nation, Vice News, Motherboard, and many other outlets.
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