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Spyro the Dragon in Winter Tundra in Spyro 2: Gateway to Glimmer. Photograph: Activision

With new Pokemon and Toy Story films on the way, it’s clear that nostalgia sells for the millennial generation. And given the massive commercial succe(...)

Twitter easily beat Wall Street’s revenue and profit estimates on Thursday, pushing its shares up nearly 16 per cent before the opening bell, as highe(...)

Keywords Studios provides services to 23 of the top 25 most prominent games companies globally. Photograph: iStock

Irish video gaming company Keywords Studios has acquired a machine learning business from a Japanese-based developer for $1.5 million (€1.27 million).(...)

Keywords Studios chief executive Andrew Day pictured in the company’s Dublin HQ. Photograph:  Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Fast-growing Irish video gaming firm Keywords Studios has bought Canadian company Snowed In for CAD$4 million (€2.59 million), in what is its sixth ac(...)

Irish video gaming company Keywords Studios has made a number of key appointments as it seeks to strengthen its business. The company said Sperasoft(...)

Andrew Day, chief executive of Keywords Studio. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish video gaming firm Keywords Studios has acquired creative games agency Fire Without Smoke in a deal worth up to £5.2 million (€6 million). Fire (...)

SuperAwesome co-founder Dylan Collins: “Most of the stuff we build and invest in doesn’t make society better. Hand on heart, I can say Super Awesome does.” Photograph: Alan Betson

“Somewhere along the way it became a mission.” Dylan Collins says. He is talking about his work with SuperAwesome, the kid-tech company he founded in (...)

 Andrew Day, chief executive of Keywords Studios pictured at South County Business Park, Leopardstown, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

It’s an Irish success story that you’ve probably never heard about. A billion dollar company based here but listed in London, and growing at a phenome(...)

Dylan Collins, founder of Super Awesome.

SuperAwesome, the London-based “kid tech” company established by Irish tech entrepreneur Dylan Collins, has been valued at $100 million after recordin(...)

Keywords had €30.5 million in cash at the year end having used €18.3 million of its €35 million rolling credit facility

Dublin-headquartered video gaming studio Keywords Studios is forecasting a huge jump in turnover following a year of strong organic growth and a numbe(...)

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