• NWSF loses outdoor sports show, big rig event, but finds other business | Country Life News
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    NWSF loses outdoor sports show, big rig event, but finds other business | Country Life News

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  • Vista Outdoor announces agreement to purchase Bozeman-based Simms Fishing Products | Business
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    Vista Outdoor announces agreement to purchase Bozeman-based Simms Fishing Products | Business

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  • Netflix Buys Boss Fight Entertainment as It Builds Out Gaming Business
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    Netflix Buys Boss Fight Entertainment as It Builds Out Gaming Business

    Netflix said on Thursday that it was buying Boss Fight Entertainment, a small independent video game studio based in Allen, Texas, as the video streaming company pushes further into the lucrative video game market. The acquisition of Boss Fight, a mobile game developer with 130 employees, is Netflix’s third studio purchase since it set its sights on the gaming industry last summer. The company bought a studio called Night School in September, and this month it bought Next Games. Netflix would not say how much it paid for Boss Fight. Netflix has far fewer development studios compared with companies like Microsoft and Sony, which produce gaming consoles and hit titles…

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    A big name in the world of video games is starting a New Orleans studio, bringing high-paying jobs | Business News

    New Orleans’ budding video-game sector is set for a big boost, with one of the industry’s most celebrated entrepreneurs starting a new gaming studio in the city with the promise of 75 local jobs paying an average of $100,000 a year each. There are few bigger names in digital gaming than Jeff Strain, who founded and sold two video-game companies over the last two decades, and who is starting his latest studio — Possibility Space — on Poydras Street in the Central Business District. The move is a coup for economic development agencies GNO Inc. and Louisiana Economic Development, which have courted Strain at his former base in Seattle for…

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