Grinding Gear Games (abb. GGG) is a New Zealand video game developer company founded in 2006 and based in Auckland. A former independent developer, the studio was acquired by Chinese tech company Tencent in May 2018, after the Chinese company had published the studio's sole title, Path of Exile, in China (excluding Hong Kong and Macau).
Grinding Gear Games was founded in November 2006 in Auckland, New Zealand. Its founding members come from various countries and have a selection of diverse backgrounds ranging from artificial intelligence and software security to industrial design to professional tournament game play. We are currently developing Path of Exile, a competitive online action RPG. Much more information about this.
Tencent is one of the largest companies in the world and also one of the largest games publishers in the world. Tencent owns giant franchises like League of Legends and Clash of Clans and has a strong reputation for respecting the design decisions of developers and studios they invest in, allowing a high level of autonomy in continuing to operate and develop their games.
Is Grinding Gear Games becoming part of Tencent? Grinding Gear Games is still an independently-run company in New Zealand. All of its developers still work for Grinding Gear Games and have not become Tencent employees. The founders (Chris, Jonathan and Erik) are still running the company, just like we have been for the last 11 years. Going forward, we will have financial reporting obligations.Learn More
Tencent has Invested in Grinding Gear Games. Our Chinese publisher, Tencent, has acquired a majority stake in Grinding Gear Games. We will remain an independent company and there won't be any big changes to how we operate. We want to reassure the community that this will not affect the development and operations of Path of Exile, so we have prepared answers to some questions you may have about.Learn More
The Grinding Gear Games brand is owned by Tencent Holdings, a company listed in Frankfurt. The International Securities Identification Number (ISIN) of Tencent Holdings is KYG875721634. Grinding Gear Games belongs to the Communication Services business sector. Grinding Gear Games is a brand owned by Tencent Holdings (NNND).Learn More
Tencent Holdings Ltd, also known as Tencent, is a Chinese multinational technology conglomerate holding company.Founded in 1998, its subsidiaries globally market various Internet-related services and products, including in entertainment, artificial intelligence, and other technology. Its twin-skyscraper headquarters, Tencent Seafront Towers (also known as Tencent Binhai Mansion) are based in.Learn More
Path of Exile is one of the dominant action role playing games in the market at the moment. Thanks to.Learn More
Grinding Gear Games, Auckland, 5 April 2016: Grinding Gear Games recently announced at the Tencent Interactive Entertainment 2016 Annual Press Conference in Beijing that the two companies will work together to bring critically acclaimed action RPG Path of Exile to players in Mainland China. Tencent is China’s leading provider of Internet value added services, providing unparalleled access.Learn More
Tencent Holdings is a Chinese online games company that owns world-famous subsidiaries such as Riot Games and Tencent Games. Riot Games is an American game developer and the creator of League of Legends. Millions play this game across the globe, and it even has eSports leagues in New Zealand. Grinding Gear Games.Learn More
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Recently, Path of Exile's studio received a majority stake from a Chinese corporation called Tencent, the one of largest company in video games. Tencent has acquired a majority stake in Grinding Gear Games, the publisher of Path of Exile. Grinding Gear Games said in a publication that it would remain an independent company and that there will be no major changes in its operation.Learn More
Add another studio to the list as Grinding Gear Games, developer of free to play ARPG Path of Exile, has had a majority stake acquired by Tencent. Revealed in a forum update, Grinding Gear Games.Learn More
Tencent buys majority stake in Grinding Gear Games of POE. May. 29, 2018. Recently, Path of Exile's studio received a majority stake from a Chinese corporation called Tencent, the one of largest company in video games. Tencent has acquired a majority stake in Grinding Gear Games, the publisher of Path of Exile. Grinding Gear Games said in a publication that it would remain an independent.Learn More
China-based Video Game Juggernaut Tencent is continuing their reach by investing in Path of Exile developers, Grinding Gear Games, cementing their place as being the biggest games company on this planet. Tencent owns stakes in most of the world’s most favored titles, including both PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and Fortnite, games that at some part competed collectively within the Battle.Learn More