Video game developer Treyarch Corporation (previously Treyarch Invention LLC) is headquartered in Santa Monica, California. In 1996, the company was founded by Peter Akemann and Doğan Köslü, and Activision acquired it in 2001.
Among its most notable titles is the Call of Duty series, which is developed by the company along with Sledgehammer Games, Infinity Ward, and Raven Software.
|Formerly||Treyarch Invention LLC (1996–2001)|
|Products||Call of Duty series (2005–present)|
|Founded||1996; 26 years ago|
|Founders||Peter AkemannDoğan Köslü|
|Headquarters||Santa Monica, California, US|
|Treyarch Net Worth||$77.90 Billion (Last Updated 2022)|
Treyarch Net Worth
Treyarch is listed among the Top 1000 Global Brands, based on customer ratings. Treyarch is estimated to be worth $77.90 billion at the moment.
The company started as Treyarch Invention in 1996, and the company was later bought by Activision in 2001. Gray Matter Studios got merged into Treyarch in 2005.
Treyarch was one of three developers announced by Activision for 007: Quantum of Solace, the company’s first James Bond game.
Call Of Duty Series
Treyarch is one of the leading developers of the Call of Duty series. Call of Duty: Black Ops II was a record-breaking entertainment launch ever, breaking records for months before Grand Theft Auto V overtook it. In just five days after its release, the game generated US$650 million in sales worldwide.
Call of Duty: Vanguard, developed by Treyarch and Sledgehammer Games, is one of the latest games developed by Treyarch. November 5, 2021 marked the release of the game
Treyarch is an Activision subsidiary
Treyarch is a fully owned subsidiary of Activision Publishing, Inc. This is an entertainment company specializing in digital content. Santa Monica, California, is the headquarters of Activision Publishing, Inc. The company publishes and produces interactive content worldwide. As a global company, Activision maintains a strong presence.
Activision’s price for Treyarch
In 1987, Activision was founded as a video game publisher. This company acquired Treyarch Invention in a $20 million stock deal, which allowed it to expand its capabilities for internal development.