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|Industry||Software & programming|
|Founded||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (1994)|
|Headquarters||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Products||Multiplayer video games|
Number of employees
Threewave Software, Inc was a videogame developer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. They are best known for the development of Threewave CTF.
The company has taken on contract work for companies such as Activision, EA, Valve and LucasArts.
They are licensed to develop using the Source engine, [ failed verification ] id Tech, Unreal Engine, and the Infernal Engine. [ failed verification ]
The Studio's Executive Team consists of Dan Irish, CEO.
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