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Ubisoft wurde im Jahr 1986 gegründet und ist ein führender internationaler Entwickler und Vertreiber interaktiver Unterhaltungsprodukte.
1986 Ubisoft Entertainment S.A, eine Firma für die Veröffentlichung und den Vertrieb von Bildungssoftware und Videospielen wurde von den fünf Guillemot Brüdern geschaffen.

Growing success with a series of hits on PC, Amstrad™, Atari™ and Amiga™ and first distribution partnerships with the leading U.S. and European video game publishers : Elite™, Electronic Arts, Sierra, LucasArts™, Novalogic®…

1991 INTERNATIONAL EXPANSION
Creation of distribution subsidiaries in key world markets: United Kingdom, Germany and the U.S.

1992/96 FIRST STUDIOS
Creation of the first in-house production studios in France and Romania.

Launch of Rayman®, an action/adventure game based on the exploits of the now famous « armless and legless » character.

Inauguration of distribution subsidiaries in Japan, Italy, and Australia.

1996 GOING PUBLIC
Ubisoft Entertainment S.A. is listed on the Second Market of the Paris Stock Exchange.

Partnerships with big players in the entertainment industry such as Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment and Disney.

1997/99 INTERNAL GROWTH
Creation of new production studios in China, Canada, Spain, Italy, Morocco, later, in Montpellier and Annecy.

2000/01 EXTERNAL GROWTH
Transfer of Ubisoft Entertainment S.A’s. shares to the First Market of the Paris Stock Exchange.

Acquisition of two distribution companies and several studios, including:

- Redstorm Entertainment (USA), famous for developing Tom Clancy’s games
- Blue Byte Software (Germany), well known for leading titles The Settlers and the Battle Isles Series
- Game Studio, the game division of The Learning Company (United States) and the 80 titles for which it has exclusive publishing rights, including Prince of Persia®, Chessmaster® and Myst®.

Launch of an online game portal, ubi.com.

2002/04 SUCCESSFUL BRANDS
Domination of the charts and numerous awards, in particular for Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell®, Prince of Persia® The Sands of Time, Far Cry™, Beyond Good and Evil™, XIII, and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six® 3.

Creation of distribution subsidiaries in South Korea, Finland, Canada and Switzerland, and acquisition of the Tiwak studio in France.

Introduction of a new logo, and announcement of the one hundred millionth game unit sold.

2004/05 CONQUERING HOLLYWOOD
Licensing deals signed with major Hollywood companies, including:
- Universal Studios for the production of a game based on three-time Academy Award® winning director Peter Jackson’s remake of King Kong,
- Sony Pictures Consumer Products, to develop videogames based on Sony Pictures Animation’s first CGI motion pictures
- LucasArts, to develop Star Wars®: Episode III Revenge of the Sith for handheld consoles.

Creation of the Ubisoft Campus in Canada.

2005/06 UBISOFT TURNS 20 AND TAKES THE NEXT-GEN HEAD ON
Ubisoft celebrates its 20th anniversary and starts to see the positive results of its early positioning on next-generation consoles. The group quickly establishes its leadership on Microsoft’s Xbox 360™ video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, successfully launching four titles, including Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter™, and climbing to the top of the charts.


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