Dark Age Of Camelot
developer, Mythic Entertainment, has announced that it has once again been placed in the 2004 Deloitte Technology Fast 500. Based on percentage growth over the last five years and covering the top 500 fastest-growing technology companies in North America, Mythic Entertainment managed to rank in 106th place this year, up from 112th last year.
Fueled by growth of 2,226 percent over the last five years, Mythic CEO, Mark Jacobs, commented: "At Mythic Entertainment, we constantly strive to improve our customers' experience with Dark Age of Camelot
, and it results in dedicated fans. As an organization, we truly care about the product and the players, and take pride in making our game a worldwide leader."
Putting things in perspective, the 2004 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 requirements need those ranking in to have 1999 operating revenues of at least $50,000 USD ($75,000 CAD), which Mythic qualified for with $1,054,000 USD. This is on top of 2003 minimum operating revenue requirements of $1 million USD, which Mythic qualified again for with $24,516,000 USD during the past year.
Mythic, which is currently developing upcoming Dark Age Of Camelot
, as well as the 2005-due PC MMO Imperator
, was one of the only games industry-related companies on this list. Also mentioned in 193rd place was graphics chip company NVIDIA.