Southend Interactive has announced it is now a separate entity from its parent company, Tactel Holding AB. The firm announced the split today, which also marked the release of its digital title, Sacred Citadel. The firm is now 100% independent, and while the years with Tactel were “great for Southend,” now is “the right time for Southend to manage its own destiny and to invest in its own products,” said CEO Fredrik Brönjemark. Thanks, GI International.
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