Behaviour Interactive Opens First Studio in Toronto
Montreal’s Behaviour Interactive has announced plans to open a new studio in downtown Toronto as it celebrates its 30th anniversary.
The largest indie studio in Canada already has over 900 employees in Montreal. Now, Behaviour is adding an additional 50 employees in Toronto at 96 Spadina Avenue in downtown Toronto.
“We are thrilled to expand our operations to a second office here in Canada, especially as Toronto continues to distinguish itself as an entertainment and production hub in North America. This market has been important to our business and the gaming industry at large,” says Rémi Racine, CEO and Executive Producer, Behaviour Interactive. “The opening of our first Toronto office is not only a testament to Behaviour’s growth potential today but is a key asset for future expansion efforts and partnership opportunities for our company.”
Behaviour says they have a three core focus including working on original games, co- and full-development titles for Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony and adapting gaming tech for other industries.
As of this post, there aren’t any jobs listed for the new Toronto studio but be sure to check back if you’re looking.