SEATTLE, WA – 9 MARCH, 2021 – Today, Developer and publisher tinyBuild has announced that it has joined the London Stock Exchange’s AIM market, listed as TBLD.
The IPO launch trailer has been published on tinyBuild’s YouTube Channel:
Founded as an indie game developer by Alex Nichiporchik, Luke Burtis, and Tom Brien, tinyBuild released their first game, No Time to Explain, in 2013. Shortly after, they decided to help another indie studio by publishing their game, Speedrunners, which became tinyBuild’s first big hit.
Since 2013, the Seattle-based company has launched 40 renowned titles, including Hello Neighbor, Graveyard Keeper, and Party Hard. The publisher now has 23 more projects in development, with seven internal studios based out of Seattle, Riga, Amsterdam, St. Petersburg, Moscow, Lviv, and Bose, Ohio.
Around 2016 the team decided to focus on first-party publishing, growing their games into long-lasting multimedia franchises. Hello Neighbor, tinyBuild’s hit 2017 game, went on to produce multiple successful spin-offs, a TV show pilot, a high-grossing book series, a board game, and a myriad of other branded products. The upcoming Hello Neighbor 2 public alpha has been downloaded 4 million times.
tinyBuild continued its franchise-building efforts by releasing Totally Reliable Delivery Service on April 1, 2020, on PC, console, and mobile. The game has since been downloaded over 16 million times. Other highly anticipated tinyBuild titles include Cartel Tycoon, Potion Craft, and Pigeon Simulator.
tinyBuild is a Seattle-based publisher and developer behind the Hello Neighbor franchise and over 40 other renowned titles, including Graveyard Keeper, SpeedRunners, and Party Hard. With seven development studios, tinyBuild is rapidly building a portfolio of fun, high-quality games across multiple platforms