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Jagex

Jagex is a software company founded in 2001 by Andrew Gower.

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Timeline

January 25, 2021
The Carlyle Group announced it has acquired Jagex.

Funding rounds

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Jagex funding round, February 2011
February 8, 2011
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People

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Role
LinkedIn

Allan Stewart

Employee

Benjamin Southworth

Employee

Casey Judson Gardiner

Employee

Charalampos Georgiadis

Employee

Christopher D. Meredith DipM, ISP Dip

Employee

Dan Dragon

Employee

Daniel Clough

Employee

Daniel Grimstead

Employee

Dave Parrott

Employee

Francesco La Deda

Employee

Gareth Fuller

Employee

Gerard Ward

Employee

Gregg Baker

Employee

Guy Pearce

Employee

Henrique Olifiers

Employee

Ian Hulme

Employee

Jagadeesh Gorla

Employee

James Prescott

Employee

Jason Maskell

Employee

Jeff Karish

Investor

Jonathan Sterling

Employee

Julien Frisquet

Employee

Kelly Vero

Employee

Lauren Plews

Employee

Matthew Buxton

Employee

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News

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Date
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Description
January 25, 2021
WebWire
Global investment firm The Carlyle Group (NASDAQ: CG) today announced it has acquired Jagex, a leading developer and publisher of video games. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Headquartered in Cambridge, UK, and employing more than 450 people, Jagex is one of the largest and most successful British video game studios, developing and publishing video games on PC and mobile. The company is best known for its online role-playing living game franchise RuneScape, which has attr...
Rob Thubron
September 19, 2019
TechSpot
The situation was highlighted in the UK Parliament's recent report on immersive and addictive technologies, which includes a subsection on RuneScape. It mentions "a member of the public whose adult son built up considerable debts" of around $62,000.

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