agex worked to expand its OSRS gold mobile workforce

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Jagex worked to expand its OSRS gold mobile workforce using a range of appointments bringing in expertise from Zynga Digital Arts, and Splash Damage. The firm said the new hires will"push forward the organization's expansion plans to continue the stellar performance of this RuneScape franchise", and"construct new sport experiences and support its own third-party matches publishing initiative".

2018 saw its group grows by over 100 individuals -- including senior appointments -- while investment in research and development grew by 69 percent. The company finished its 2018/19 financial year using a"record-breaking performance", adding a 9.3 per cent increase in earnings year-on-year, boosting earnings to £92.8 million and making it the firm's fourth consecutive year of expansion.

RuneScape reaches highest membership peak in 2019

It was a successful year for Jagex throughout the board OSRS gold including Old School RuneScape and the mobile version.Jagex has revealed the RuneScape franchise received its highest-ever player membership peak last year, together with Old School RuneScape and RuneScape attracting over 1.1 million paying subscribers, alongside all the free consumers also.

Old School RuneScape had its first full year on cellular and PC too, surging in popularity, with daily users reaching the highest number as well. It reached 8 million installs, and RuneScape Mobile launched in access before its 2020 rollout that was full.


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