Streamline Studios revealed revenue growth of 200% year-on-year, with the studio size now exceeding 160 developers. Fueling growth is Streamline’s commitment towards fully integrated partnerships with AAA publishers and brands, from earliest creative inception to distribution and post-launch live ops.

Streamline Studios also announced two new additions to its global executive team:

Justin_profileJustin Keeling, former GM & founder of IGN International at News Corporation and Head of Product & Strategy at UTV Games joins as Global Head of Corporate Development, leading Streamline’s worldwide business development and new corporate acquisitions, based in Tokyo


Chase Payne

Chase Payne, former Electronic Arts marketer and Lead Producer at Zynga joins as Head of Marketing, leading Streamline’s global marketing and brand management.

Announcing the organizational ramp up, CEO Alexander Fernandez commented; “As we hit our 15th year anniversary Streamline has held steadfast in our dedication to quality, people, process and technology, raising expectations for AAA external development industry wide. We’ve never wavered on this and are excited to take the next leap forward with the addition to two industry veterans to our executive team.”

In addition, Streamline Studios revealed it is currently in production on a slate of unannounced original IP for PC, consoles and VR. The studio is aggressively hiring for new team members to join its state-of-the-art studio facility in Kuala Lumpur.

Founded in 2001, Streamline Studios has contributed to many of the most beloved video games of the pasts 15 years, including Gears of War, Bioshock Infinite, Street Fighter V and Paragon. Led by industry veterans with deep experience drawn from over 200 AAA projects, Streamline Studios also develops original R&D and IP from its state-of-the-art Kuala Lumpur facility, and is a leader in premium external development services for the AAA video games industry. With offices in Kuala Lumpur, Tokyo, and Las Vegas, Streamline Studios embraces the challenge of today’s most demanding projects.

Source: Streamline Studios