Pixelberry Studios Revenue and Competitors



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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Pixelberry Studios's estimated annual revenue is currently $48M per year.(i)
  • Pixelberry Studios's estimated revenue per employee is $222,200

Employee Data

  • Pixelberry Studios has 216 Employees.(i)
  • Pixelberry Studios grew their employee count by 67% last year.
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Pixelberry Studios, is the mobile games studio behind, Choices: Stories You Play, a Top 25 app on iOS. We are a Nexon studio. We've leveraged the success of our game to teach millions of teens about serious topics, like cyberbullying. We've proven that innovative game design, commercial success, and making a difference can all go hand in hand. Our team has over twelve years of experience of story based games on mobile and we are excited to continue to grow the market for mobile fiction.



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Pixelberry Studios News

2022-04-17 - Game app developers are using sexist adverts to reel in players

An anonymous ex-employee of Pixelberry Studios (who create some of the games with questionable advertising) confirmed to Metro.co.uk that...

2019-04-26 - NBCUniversal game app drops episodic, interactive adventures

The group decided to create storytelling apps after seeing the popularity of Episode Interactive's "Episode" and Pixelberry Studios' "Choices: ...

2017-11-09 - Nexon acquires High School Story developer Pixelberry Studios

Tokyo-based gaming giant Nexon is expected to announce tonight that it is acquiring Pixelberry Studios, an acclaimed game studio that ...

2017-09-14 - Get a job: Pixelberry Studios is hiring a Sr. Game Writer

Pixelberry Studios is looking for talented, experienced senior writers to lead content for our hit mobile game Choices: Stories You Play. You'll ...

2015-12-07 - Girls Who Code Makes Its Way Into A Mobile Game

A major factor that deters girls from pursuing computer science is the perception that coders are mostly white and male, according to a recent Google-commissioned Gallup survey. That’s why non-profit organization Girls Who Code has partnered with mobile game-maker Pixelberry Studios to tell the ...

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Pixelberry Studios Executives

Keith EmnettCTO and Co-founder
Winston SheVP of Engineering