TT Games Opens New Studio to Create LEGO Videogames for Mobile Platforms

TT Games Brighton Will Focus on Developing Original Mobile Titles

BURBANK, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–TT Games, the makers of the best-selling LEGO videogame franchise published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, today announced the opening of TT Games Brighton, a new UK-based development studio focused on creating new LEGO games designed specifically for mobile platforms.
Jason Avent, founder and former head of Boss Alien, will serve as the Head of Studio for TT Games Brighton.

“There is a huge opportunity for LEGO games on mobile,” said Tom Stone,
Managing Director, TT Games. “We’re extraordinarily fortunate to have
acquired Playdemic in 2016 as a specialist in this area, and they’re
working on a new LEGO title in addition to their phenomenally successful
‘Golf Clash.’ Now we can grow our capability even further under the
leadership of Jason Avent, founder of Boss Alien and creator of CSR
Racing. Jason is one of the world’s most experienced and capable
developers in this space, with a passionate affinity for LEGO and an
incredibly exciting vision for the new team.”

“I love LEGO, and I’m thrilled to be able to create new games
encompassing all of the wonderful core values of LEGO, designed and
built from the ground up for mobile,” said Avent. “Our new titles will
be accessible, exciting and of course packed with the trademark TT Games
fun and humor. We have an amazing new team of people in Brighton with a
wonderful and unique opportunity to bring LEGO to life in a brand-new
way.”


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