Polygon, a publisher of gaming news and culture for a decade, has purchased the Lacd Corporation, a leading maker of canvas arts and crafts and interactive content for the interactive and social entertainment sector.
Laccn, which has more than 25 years of experience in the industry, will remain the publisher of Polygon.
It will also continue to run Polygon Games, Polygon Originals and Polygon Media, the company announced in a statement.
Lacn CEO and co-founder Paul J. DeWitt said in a blog post that the purchase enables the company to continue expanding its portfolio of creative and consumer products while focusing on its core business of game content.
Lincd CEO and Co-founder Andrew Leung said in the statement, “We are thrilled to acquire Laccdn for its incredible creative talent, exceptional technical capabilities, and extensive knowledge of the art and craft of interactive and creative digital content.”
The acquisition of Laccdm is subject to regulatory approvals.
Polygon will remain in its current home at The New York Times building in New York City, where it has offices in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and South Africa.
Lascan was founded in 1993 by DeWitty and former Polygon co-founders Tim Sweeney and Peter Adkison.