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Ten Square Games writes off Undead Clash and Fishing Master for $6m

Citing market competition and user acquisition costs, the firm also lays off 120 staffers

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Ten Square Games has written off Undead Clash and Fishing Master for more than $6 million due to market competition and high user acquisition costs.

As reported by, the Polish games publisher has also laid off 120 employees.

Citing what the mobile games developer has called an "unstable market situation," it will now focus on its titles Fishing Clash, Hunting Clash, and Wings of Heroes.

"In order to safely go through the current period of market turbulence and provide the organization with the possibility of development in the future, we decided to focus on the main products of the group and reduce operating costs," said Ten Square Games.

Ten Square Games COO Andrzej Ilczuk also said the company will restructure its operations as development shifts to its "strongest competences."

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