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Ubisoft Toronto is a Canadian video game developer and subsidiary of Ubisoft Entertainment, located in Toronto, Canada. The studio was founded in 2010.
Ubisoft announced in July 2009 that it was establishing a Toronto-based development studio. Yannis Mallat, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Ubisoft Montreal, would to become Ubisoft Toronto's CEO, while the government of Ontario was to invest CA$263 million over a course of 10 years to create up to 800 jobs. By September 2009, Jade Raymond was put in charge of establishing the studio. Ubisoft Toronto's offices were established from an old factory building in the Bloor/Lansdowne region of Toronto. Most of the studio's staff in its development phase, including Raymond, transferred to the new location from Ubisoft Montreal. Ubisoft Toronto began operating in late 2009 and formally opened in September 2010.
Unlike other Ubisoft studios, Ubisoft Toronto was immediately allowed to lead development of its games, whereas others start by only supporting larger studios like Ubisoft Montreal. By March 2012, Ubisoft Toronto had grown to 200 people, and to 300 by September 2013. In September 2012, Ubisoft Toronto received an internal performance capture studio. The studio's debut project, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, was released in August 2013 to critical success. Raymond left the studio and was succeeded as general manager by Parizeau. As of July 2017, Ubisoft Toronto had 600 staff members In 2018, Ubisoft Toronto released their first original IP, Starlink: Battle for Atlas.
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