Sega announced that it has acquired Spiral Knights and Puzzle Pirates developer Three Rings. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
"We knew from the first time we saw Spiral Knights that the team at Three Rings was not simply talented but truly unique, and the close bond we have formed with them over the past year has only solidified that impression," said Haruki Satomi, SVP of Digital Business for Sega of America. "We are proud to welcome them as the newest member of the Sega family, and look forward to seeing what great things we can create together over the coming years."
Sega's short term goals for Three Rings includes having them help the team complete work on the Dr. Who MMO and continue its support for its popular free-to-play MMO Spiral Knights.
"Three Rings has always been a studio that prides itself on the depth and creativity of our games, we are very fortunate to have found a company like Sega that both respects our identity and shares our passion for developing engaging and quality games," said Daniel James, CEO of Three Rings Design. "We are honored to be joining such a legendary team and look forward to collaborating on amazing ideas together."