Jackbox Games is a small but mighty studio located in Chicago, Illinois. We’ve been making irreverent party games since 1995 and rebranded as Jackbox Games in 2008. You may know us from the successful trivia franchise, YOU DON’T KNOW JACK. We are also the creators of the hit Jackbox Party Pack franchise, Quiplash, Fibbage, Trivia Murder Party and more.
Raw Thrills, Inc. was founded in 2001 to develop the finest arcade video game entertainment. The studio is led by veteran game designer Eugene Jarvis, whose credits include classic titles such as Defender™, Robotron:2084™, and the Cruis’n™ series of adventure driving games. From its debut driving hit, The Fast and the Furious™, to its recent release Halo: Fireteam Raven™, Raw Thrills strives to bring the player the ultimate arcade experience, while delivering consistent reliability and value.
An award-winning online game developer and publisher, Wargaming is one of the leaders in the free-to-play MMO market. The company delivers authentic gaming experiences and services across PC, console, and mobile platforms. Wargaming has over 20 years’ experience in the video game industry and 20 offices worldwide. Wargaming is perhaps best known for its military-themed team-based game World of Tanks.
Founded in 2010 in Chicago Illinois, Netherrealm Studios is best known for its installments in the Mortal Kombat and Injustice fighting game franchises.
High Voltage Software was founded in 1993, by Kerry J. Ganofsky in Hoffman Estate, Illinois. The company grew rapidly and became known for its hit titles Lego Racers, Hunter: the Reckoning, and The Conduit.
High Voltage entered the VR space in 2015 with its title Damaged Core for the Oculus Rift.
High Voltage’s passion is helping us to stay on the forefront of emerging technology as they develop another round of great games.
Stories define us; they speak to who we are as people, shaping our dreams, and giving us a place in the world. Truly powerful narratives can provide meaning, changing minds, knocking down walls, improving lives, and opening new doors that were never there before.
Phosphor Studios believes in the power of storytelling; immersing and connecting people through shared visions and experiences. Across a wide variety of technical platforms, Phosphor strives to tell new tales in constantly evolving ways. Whether it is an original, genre-defining game like The Brookhaven Experiment, the creation of FORD’S Future of Mobility VR experience, or the inception of a new paradigm in immersive enterprise training like Fire Rescue VR, for over eight years Phosphor Studios has been driven by a passion to share compelling stories with the world.
Level Ex® unites elite talent from game development, industry leaders from digital health, and expert physicians from top medical institutions to create the company's acclaimed medical games.
Iron Galaxy Studios is one of the world's largest independent video game developers, delivering both home-built, original experiences and partners' visions to all platforms.The Chicago-based studio was founded on August 15, 2008. What first began as a studio focused primarily on assisting other developers achieve their goals soon grew into a modest eight-person team, expanding its efforts into doing ports for publishers. In 2011, Iron Galaxy was recognized for their first notable success — Capcom’s Street Fighter III 3rd Strike Online Edition.
In 2011 the Company set its sights on original game development. They hired from all disciplines to get their first original game, Wreckateer, off the ground. Soon after, in 2012, the Company opened a second studio in Orlando, Florida to help assist with the development of a new, innovative fighting game, Divekick. After Divekick launched, the team was then given the opportunity to work on Killer Instinct Season 2 and 3 — their largest original production yet. Despite these successes, the team always held ties to their roots, and continues to work with some of the industry’s most recognizable brands such as Bioshock, Call of Duty, Destiny and Elder Scrolls.