Ubi Soft Entertainment
Ubi Soft Entertainment is an international company with a worldwide vision that embraces diverse cultures and experiences. More than 250 industry experts foster innovation and excellence at Ubi Soft's headquarters. Under the same roof you'll find graphic designers, sound engineers, animators, programmers, testers, worldwide project managers, and international marketers... all working to create unique products with a universal flair.
Founded in 1986 in France, Ubi Soft Entertainment is a leading developer and distributor of interactive entertainment and educational software for personal computers and home entertainment systems. Best known for blockbuster hits including Rayman and Kiyeko and the Lost Night, Ubi Soft Entertainment utilizes avant garde techniques to create cutting edge games, culturally rich edutainment products and dynamic music teaching titles.
Ubi Soft Entertainment realizes annual worldwide revenues of $50 million. The software division distributes 35% of all entertainment software to the French market, including titles by U.S. software giants such as LucasArts, Broderbund, and The Discovery Channel.
In addition to its U.S. offices in San Francisco and its headquarters in Paris, France, Ubi Soft has offices in Japan, Germany, Spain, Italy, England and China.