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Ubisoft Casablanca was an a North African video game developer and subsidiary of Ubisoft Entertainment. It was founded in April 1998 in Casablanca, Morocco. The studio assisted in the development of various games on multiple platforms and originally employed 48 staff members. In June 2007, Ubisoft stated that they were to expand the studio by 150 people using government incentives. Between 2008 and 2010, the studio also operated a campus that sought to train 300 game development graduates. The studio was closed on June 13, 2016 due to a shift in the marketplace and the studio's position not being compatible with Ubisoft's plans going forward. At the time of it's closure, it was the oldest video game studio in North Africa.
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