Corporate learning company eLearning Brothers has acquired The Game Agency, creator of The Training Arcade, a DIY game-authoring tool featuring 10 game mechanics, including Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune games, to aid training and education.
eLearning Brothers offers tools, templates, development services and hosting for delivering employee learning, as well as creating virtual reality e-learning experiences.
Collaborating since 2017, the two companies have worked jointly for clients including Chick-Fil-A, IHS Towers and PayPal. The Game Agency’s other 250 clients include Bayer, Colgate Palmolive, Comcast, Facebook, Kellogg, Kimberly Clark, Nestle, Salesforce, Siemens, Wells Fargo and Whole Foods.
Andrew Scivally, eLearning Brothers’ chief executive, said: “The massive increase in the remote workforce demands learning solutions that engage employees and build teams differently than ever before. The Game Agency’s award-winning track record allows us to rapidly empower companies with the best tools for professional development and employee productivity.”
Stephen Baer, co-founder of The Game Agency, added: “Combining forces with eLearning Brothers brings several benefits to our existing clients. Adding the power of games to eLearning Brothers’ industry-leading learning solutions offers corporate training and development professionals more fun and effective learning experiences, resulting in significantly more engaged, motivated, productive, and profitable employees.”
eLearning Brothers is based in American Fork, Utah; The Game Agency is headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut.
Date published: 22 March 2021