Chinese video game developer Gamestar is being acquired by Disney Interactive Studios in a deal whose terms have not been disclosed.
Founded in 2002, Gamestar has grown into a versatile game software development company of more than 90 people. The company has locations in Shanghai and Wuhan.
"Gamestar will play an important role in our global growth plans, providing a high quality talent pool for our expanding product portfolio," said Graham Hopper, executive vice president and general manager, Disney Interactive Studios in a press statement. "Our global expansion is aimed at achieving a new level of creative capacity, quality, and expertise in video game software development."