Iron Galaxy opens new studio in Nashville

Iron Galaxy opens new studio in Nashville

Game developer Iron Galaxy is opening a brand new studio in Nashville, Tennessee

The company has said that it will invest $950,000 in setting up this venture, which will create 108 new jobs over the next five years. This venture will be supported by Iron Galaxy's existing outfits in Chicago and Orlando.

“We have grown rapidly over the past year as we support partners and in preparation for the launch of Rumbleverse," Iron Galaxy co-CEO Chelsea Blasko (pictured) said.

"I couldn’t think of a better city to further expand our footprint. Through a focus on our people and DEIA, we are proud that we have successfully enhanced our diversity figures and are looking forward to capitalizing on the amazing talent pool of technology professionals available in Nashville as well as supporting the local community.”

The firm's other co-CEO Adam Boyes added: “We are very excited about expanding into Nashville. It’s a vibrant city and a burgeoning tech hub that should prove attractive to talent all over the world. Couple that with its proximity to more than 20 universities, and it’s clear to us that Nashville is the right choice for Iron Galaxy.”


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