Frisco-based Gearbox Entertainment has acquired Occupied Dimensions, another Frisco-based company that specializes in 3D capture, scanning, and restoration services.
Gearbox said Jordan Williams will continue as president of Occupied Dimensions and report directly to Gearbox Entertainment president and founder Randy Pitchford. No terms of the deal were released.
“We’ve had the pleasure of working with Jordan and his team over the years on several projects at Occupied Dimensions – this deal brings a wealth of talent to the Gearbox family in several key areas, and I welcome them. I’m excited.” Sean Haran, chief commercial officer of Gearbox Entertainment, said in a statement. “This acquisition brings exciting technology to future projects and enables us to further expand offerings to strategic partners across multiple business units.”
A 10-year veteran of the film and video game industry, Captured Dimension has worked on many acclaimed films from companies such as 20th Century FOX, Lionsgate, Sony Pictures, Netflix, and numerous titles from both 2K Games and Electronic Arts. .
‘Pathway to growth and opportunity’
“This merger gives us an incredible path to growth and opportunity. We are excited to work together with some of the most talented developers around the world and to offer our best-in-class service to our existing customers and new partners. Continue to prepare,” said Williams, president and founder of Captured Dimensions. In a statement. “On behalf of the entire team here at Arrested Dimensions, I’m looking forward to seeing what we captured as part of Gearbox and bringing it to life.”
Gearbox Entertainment Inc., founded in 1999, is an award-winning developer and distributor of transmedia entertainment. It is well known for its successful game franchises, as well as acquiring the Duke Nukem and Homeworld properties, which it distributes worldwide.
Gearbox Entertainment consists of four subsidiaries: Gearbox Software, Gearbox Publishing, Gearbox Studio, and Gearbox Properties.
It spawned hit video games and franchises such as Little Tina’s Wonderland, Brothers in Arms, and Borderlands.
In 2021, Gearbox Entertainment was acquired by Embracer Group as a wholly owned subsidiary in a deal valued at $1.3 billion.
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