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Ubisoft Berlin granted $1.84M in subsidies from city senate for expansion

Ubisoft Berlin is granted a subsidy of $1.84 million for expansion from the Berlin Senate, with the funds being used to grow operations and generate new jobs in the city.

Ubisoft Berlin has been granted a subsidy of $1.84 million (~€1.58 million) for expansion from the Berlin Senate, with the funds coming from the department subsidy for economics, energy and enterprises.

The new studio opened earlier this year and is the German wing of the French publisher, operating three studios in three cities across the country.

As reported by Pocket Gamer, the studio plans to use the subsidy to expand its operations and generate up to 150 new jobs in the city.

The studio has worked with Ubisoft in the past, having recently worked behind-the-scenes on Far Cry 5.

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