List of Video Game Companies

List of the top video game companies in the world, listed by their prominence with corporate logos when available. This list of major video game companies includes the largest and most profitable video game businesses, corporations, agencies, vendors and firms in the world. If you are wondering what the biggest video game companies are, then this list has you covered. This list includes the most famous video game companies in the industry, so if you're thinking of working in the video game industry you might want to look to these companies for jobs. This list includes names of both small and big video game businesses.

Companies include everything from Microsoft Corporation to Nokia.

This list answers the questions, "What are the biggest video game companies in the world?" and "What are the most successful video game companies?"
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  • 0verflow

    0verflow

    Video game, Interactive entertainment
    Overflow is a Japanese video game division of Stack Ltd. specializing in the production of mature interactive fiction. The Overflow label is known for its game franchise School Days. The company ...more
  • 10tacle Studios

    10tacle Studios

    Video game, Interactive entertainment, Video game industry
    10Tacle Studios was a German video game company active from 2003 to 2008.
  • 10tons Entertainment
    Video game, Video game industry
  • 13cm

    13cm

    Video game
    13 cm is a Japanese visual novel studio under VisualArt's known for creating strictly adult-oriented titles. The company has spawned two sister studios, 130cm, known for creating moe-oriented visual ...more
  • 1C Company
    Video game
    1C Company is one of the largest independent Russian software developers and publishers. Its headquarters are in Moscow, Russia. It is best known outside Russia as a video game developer whose ...more
  • 1st Playable Productions
    Video game, Video game industry
    1st Playable Productions is a game development studio with a focus on handheld games for kids. It was started around 2005 by former members of Vicarious Visions, when it was purchased by Activision.