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Behaviour Wins Big at the 2019 Mercuriades Awards

Behaviour takes top honours in the “Successful Business Strategy” category

Montreal, April 30, 2019 – Behaviour Interactive, one of North America’s largest independent video game developers, won big at last night’s Mercuriades Awards, Quebec’s most prestigious business competition. The jury recognized Behaviour’s global success by awarding the company top honours in the “Successful Business Strategy” (“Stratégie d’affaires à succès”) category.

Members of the jury commended Behaviour’s innovative business strategy and its organizational efficiency. The company’s well-thought-out business plan captured the jury’s attention.

“It is with a great sense of pride and accomplishment that I receive this Mercuriades award on behalf of all Behaviour employees,” said Rémi Racine, President and Executive Producer of Behaviour Interactive. “From day one, Behaviour has focused on being a game studio with a difference; where productivity and innovation would not come before quality of life. An ambitious gamble for sure. I could not be more delighted to see these efforts recognized by my peers in the business community. I have big plans for Behaviour’s future, and tonight’s accomplishment will only serve to motivate the entire Behaviour team. Thank you to the members of the jury and congratulations to all the other finalists and winners.”

Since its launch in 1992, Behaviour has become Canada’s most important homegrown game developer, working on over 200 titles including the popular Dead by Daylight. In recent years, Behaviour has diversified its business model to include Game Design Thinking services for commercial clients.Today, Behaviour can boast of having built collaborative relationships with some of the biggest names in the industry.

About Behaviour Interactive
Founded in 1992, Montreal-based Behaviour Interactive is one of North America’s largest independent game developers with close to 500 employees and over 70 million games sold on every platform, including 10 million copies of its award-winning original IP Dead by Daylight. To date, the company’s mobile games have reached over 200 million players worldwide. Behaviour counts amongst its partners some of the world’s most recognized brands such as Sony, Disney, Activision, Warner Bros, Ubisoft, Microsoft, Google, Bombardier, Wargaming, HBO, Netease, Gaea, La Capitale, and many more. For more information:


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