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Best Gaming Companies in Nottingham (2021)

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This article showcases our top picks for the best Nottingham based Gaming companies. These startups and companies are taking a variety of approaches to innovating the Gaming industry, but are all exceptional companies well worth a follow.

We tried to pick companies across the size spectrum from cutting edge startups to established brands.

We selected these startups and companies for exceptional performance in one of these categories:

  • Innovation
    • Innovative ideas
    • Innovative route to market
    • Innovative product
  • Growth
    • Exceptional growth
    • Exceptional growth strategy
  • Management
  • Societal impact

Top Nottingham Gaming Companies

Data sourced from Crunchbase and SemRush.

Team17 Software

Team17 Software

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Team17 is one of the world’s fully independent video game developer and publisher.

Tebex

Tebex

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Tebex specialises in providing gcommerce solutions for online games. Our mission began when we created Buycraft.net, the biggest gcommerce platform for Minecraft.

Processing millions of transactions per year we have vast experience in monetisation, increasing customer value and improving online communities.. .

The Multiplayer Guys

The Multiplayer Guys

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The Multiplayer Guys offers specialized solutions for multiplayer games.

Fallen Tree Games

Fallen Tree Games

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Fallen Tree Games Ltd is a mobile application and web developer company. They have developed mobile games like Quell and exclusively

Warlord Games

Warlord Games

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Warlord Games is a manufacturer and distributor of historical and science fiction miniatures.

Outso

Outso

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Outso specialize in real-time interactive virtual worlds and online gaming. They are able to conceptualise, design, create and implement real-time environments that can access new markets and enhance revenue streams.

They focus on the development of virtual worlds, online games and 3D social environments and combine cutting edge technology with new social norms to create dynamic interactive spaces. Outso is a leading developer of interactive content along with environments and services for virtual worlds on the PS3, working closely with Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) and Sony Computer Entertainmant Europe (SCEE).

They offer a combination of expertise gained from interactive development exposure, traditional design skills and extensive technical experience.. .

River Horse

River Horse

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River Horse designs games. We develop digital and traditional game systems and we could produce, import and sell your games too.

Through the extensive network of its partners and consultants, River Horse has access to a wealth of expertise in the fields of gaming and internet solutions. This allows us to offer your company qualified consultancies and services to help your company with: – Miniatures Games Design & Production – War Games Design & Production – Online Games Design & Production – Casual Games Design & Production – Board Games Design & Production – Digital Strategies – E-book design – Localization and internationalization.

FortuneFish

FortuneFish

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FortuneFish specializes in game development and design.

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