2K Silicon Valley officially named 31st Union

Plans to expand internationally with second studio in Spain.

31st Union

The Silicon Valley-based game studio opened by 2K Games in February 2019 is officially named 31st Union, the company announced.

Alongside the reveal of its new, state-of-the-art development facility, branding, and core values, 31st Union also announced plans to expand to a second studio based in Spain, making it the fourth 2K Games-owned studio with multiple location around the world. The studio is currently recruiting worldwide for the continued development of a new intellectual property.y

“31st Union is off to an incredible start with a passionate and talented team, an intentioned culture that champions inclusivity and greater representation, and an ambitious and inspired new IP that we’re extremely excited about,” said 31st Union president Michael Condrey in a press release. “Our name and studio represent the spirit of California in its rich diversity of thought, art, music, innovation, and cultural representation that have defined the current golden age of entertainment and technology here in Silicon Valley. In revealing our new identity and announcing the expansion of our operations, we’re shifting into an exciting next phase of growth to include more voices and bring our vision to life around the globe.”

31st Union head of strategy Tyler Michaud added, “We’re creating a development environment focused on a single new IP where passion is at the center of it all. We believe diverse perspectives and experiences are crucial to creating a truly global entertainment experience with a deep connection to passionate fans.”

Visit the 31st Union official website here.

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