Embracer Group continues restructuring. The company laid off some of the employees at its subsidiary Rainbow Studios.

The round of dismissals was reported in social networks by Rainbow Studios employees who were left without a job. It is unclear how many people were fired. It is known that among them were the leading technical artist Thomas Tobin, level designer Zac Bogner and QA analyst Austin Herrington.

Rainbow Studios started working in 1986 under the name Rainbow Multimedia Group. It received its current name six years later, and nine years later the studio became part of THQ Nordic. She is known primarily for a series of off-road racing simulators MX vs. ATV.


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