Swedish Game Awards 2011 signs Paradox Interactive as Silver Partner
STOCKHOLM, September 20 2010 - Swedish Game Awards is proud to announce that Paradox Interactive
has entered as Silver Partner for the 2011 edition of Swedish Game Awards. Swedish Game Awards is
Sweden's largest game development and has a long standing tradition of partnering with the most prominent
game development companies in the Swedish gaming industry. This year is no exception as Paradox
Interactive comes on board for the 3 consecutive year. As Silver Partner, Paradox Interactive will among
other things hold a seat in this year’s jury as well as host their own Game Developer’s Evening.
”We're really glad to have Paradox Interactive as a partner again. Being Sweden's only publisher they'll be
able to offer help, experience and guidance to the competition participants”, said Ronald Pompa, project
manager for Swedish Game Awards 2011. ”Our mission is to support the development of entrepreneurs and
the growth of industry and the support of established players like Paradox Interactive is invaluable.”
Swedish Game Awards has actively encouraged and supported talent in the Swedish Gaming Industry since
2002, through its coaching program and facilitates a connection between its participants and key players in
the industry. Successful games to have gone through the process include Blueberry Garden, Bloodline
Champions, Magicka and teams like Frictional Games.
About Paradox Interactive:
Since 1999, Paradox Interactive has been a leading global developer and publisher of PC-based strategy
games. World-renowned for its strategy catalog, the company holds a particularly strong presence in the
United States and Europe with offices in New York, USA and Stockholm, Sweden.
Its steadily-growing portfolio includes originally developed titles such as the critically acclaimed Europa
Universalis and the Hearts of Iron franchises, as well as publishing titles such as the Elven Legacy series,
Mount&Blade and Majesty 2. Paradox made an explosive entry onto consoles during 2010 with the release
of Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West. For more information, please visit www.paradoxplaza.com.
Swedish Game Awards is the largest game development competition in Sweden, targeting students all
around the country. It aims is to stimulate the development of new and original games and inspire students to
entrepreneurship and creative thinking, with entries being judged on execution, innovation and market
potential. For more information visit gameawards.se and follow the latest developments in Swedish Game
Awards on twitter and Facebook, twitter.com/SGA, facebook.com/swedishgameawards.