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EPOS Game Studios (stands for 'Entertainment Products of Sweden') is an independent video game developer founded by Swedish Digital Illusions co-founders Staffan Langin and Olof Gustafsson in the summer of 2005.[1] The company is not to be confused with the arcade coin-up developer, EPOS Corporation (1982-1985).

EPOS Game Studios
IndustryVideo game industry
HeadquartersGothenburg, Sweden
Key people
Staffan Langin, Olof Gustafsson (founders)

Company overviewEdit

EPOS Game Studios was founded in 2005 as an independent video game developer with a desire to develop for multiple platforms. Its initial game, an online shooter called Crash Commando for the PlayStation 3's PlayStation Network, was released on December 18, 2008 and received critical success. In 2016, the studio collaborated with Sony Interactive Entertainment on Hustle Kings VR for the PlayStation 4.


  1. ^ "EPOS Game Studios". IGN. Retrieved 7 September 2014.

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