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Jam City relocates headquarters to new Culver City space

Move doubles the size of Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery developer's former LA office

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery developer Jam City has announced it is moving its headquarters to a new, larger office space in Culver City, California.

The new space will more than double the size of the studio's current LA headquarters. Previous, it was occupied by Disney's Maker Studios.

With this move, the company hopes to continue growing its creative teams. Jam City also has studios in San Francisco, San Diego, and Buenos Aires, for a total of 500 employees across the company.

Though Jam City is perhaps best known for Hogwarts Mystery, the studio has been quietly expanding over the years as it picked up smaller mobile studios such as TinyCo (which reportedly experienced lay-offs in May) and Kiwi Inc. The company is also reportedly gearing up for an IPO this fall.

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