The administrators dealing with the collapse of Realtime Worlds have officially confirmed that they will be keeping 23 out of 60 members of staff working on Project MyWorld. The remaining staff members will be continuing their work at the company’s Dundee-based headquarters. MyWorld is a platform that allows game developers to create new social games.
Joint administrator Ken Pattullo, of business rescue and restructuring specialist Begbies Traynor said: “As a smaller entity MyWorld is attracting considerable interest from potential buyers and 23 members of the team who had been working on the project clearly add value to it as a standalone business, hence the fact we have been able to offer a limited number of those jobs back.”
Here’s a video of Project MyWorld that the company released last month: