Unity Technologies is revolutionizing the game industry with Unity, its breakthrough development platform for creating games and interactive 3D, like training simulations and medical and architectural visualizations, on the web, iOS, Android, consoles and beyond.
Unity Technologies is privately held with 50% of revenues outside of US; 30% of revenue is non-gaming related.
Unity Technologies is headquartered in San Francisco and has offices in Canada, China, Colombia, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Japan, Korea, Lithuania, Singapore, Sweden, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom.
Unity is free to a large proportion of developers and affordable for the rest, with the revenue being strong enough to keep Unity Technologies profitable and rapidly growing – this business model has revolutionized the games business.
Cumulative Web Player Installs (Millions)
Editor Sessions per Month
Over 1.7 million registered developers including Bigpoint, Cartoon Network, Coca-Cola, Disney, Electronic Arts, LEGO, Microsoft, NASA, Nickelodeon, Ubisoft, US Army, Warner Bros., large and small studios, independent professionals, students and hobbyists. There are over 400K monthly active developers. To see where they're taking Unity, go to the Unity Game Gallery List.
Broadest Platform Support
iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad, Mac, PC, Web, Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Android
Unity, Unity Pro, Asset Server, iOS, iOS Pro, Android, Android Pro
Biggest Growth Areas
- Android, which Unity launched support for in 2010.
- iOS, which has been supported since 2008.10-20% of top selling games are iPhone games and more than 1500 Unity games are in the App Store today with many having made "best of" and "top selling" lists like Shadowgun, Battleheart, Gears, Samurai II and Snuggle Truck.
- Asset Store, a marketplace that lets people sell assets to each other
- Union, a business unit dedicated to distributing high quality 3D games on mobile phones, tablets, set-top boxes, connected TVs and other new platforms