Endava, a global provider of digital transformation, agile development and intelligent automation services, today announced the acquisition of TLM Partners, Inc along with its subsidiaries.
TLM provides outsourced development services in the areas of design, engineering, and art/animation for PC and console video games and other digital entertainment. TLM has particular expertise in the very complex areas of cross-games, middleware, physics, engine level stuff, and engineering art.
TLM brings together a leadership team with decades of gaming industry experience and deep relationships with multiple platform partners (such as Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, Unreal, Crytek) and customers in the United States. as well as worldwide, including leading game publishers and developers such as Microsoft, Sony, Take-Two Interactive, Activision Blizzard, WB Games, Riot Games, Turtle Rock Studios and Ascendant Studios.
TLM is credited as a co-developer on multiple AAA franchises including Aveum’s Immortals, Call of Duty, Marvel’s Midnight Suns, Gotham Knights, and Back4Blood. The combination of TLM’s game-focused heritage and Endava’s expertise in immersive interaction and large-scale enterprise engineering gives Endava a strong edge to capture industry opportunities world game.
“The Monsters are an exciting addition to the Endava family and they bring highly talented people, AAA clients and strong growth prospects. Their gaming focus fits neatly into our industry vertical led organisation and their specific capabilities complement our own very well,”
“With the convergence of video game and immersive experiences and payments within cloud environments, Endava’s now enhanced ability to deliver in each of these arenas is a potent offering that can unlock innovation and value for our clients.”
John Cotterell, Endava’s CEO.
“While exploring commercial partnering with Endava we soon saw that a merger would be great for us both. Together we have an unrivalled range of cutting-edge capabilities as well as global scale to take on the most ambitious projects. I feel very excited about the opportunities this merger opens up for our people and clients and the amazing new player experiences we can help create.”
Jake Hawley, founder and CEO of TLM.