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|Type||Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością (subsidiary of CD Projekt RED)|
Computer and video games
|Key people||Michał Gembicki (Managing director)|
|Parent||CDP Investment Sp. z o.o. (2008
-January 3, 2011 )|
Optimus S.A. (January 3, 2011 -July 25, 2011 )
CD Projekt RED S.A. (July 25, 2011 -Present)
|Subsidiaries||CD Projekt RED Sp. z o.o. (February 1, 2002
CD Projekt Czech S.R.O (January 7, 2002 -April 2010 )
CD Projekt Magyarország Kft (2007 -May 2010 )
cdp.pl Sp. z o.o. (formerly CD Projekt Sp. z o.o.) is a video game and home video distribution company based in Warsaw, Poland. It was founded in May 1994 by two highschool friends - Marcin Iwiński and Michał Kiciński. Since its foundation, the company focuses its operational activities on the Polish market. The company became the first Polish publisher to publish computer games on CDs and for a long time it was one of the most prominent companies in Poland specializing in publishing video games and educational software. The company has been called "the biggest PC games distributor in Central Europe".
CD Projekt is also known in the Polish gamer community for being the first to publish fully translated international hit games, such as the Baldur's Gate saga (one of the first games fully translated into Polish, an event which became a milestone of computer gaming and publishing in Poland), Planescape: Torment, both Icewind Dale games and many more. A recent major translation, widely covered by the media, was Heroes of Might and Magic V. Most of CD Projekt's game translations feature well known professional Polish actors and celebrities, such as Piotr Fronczewski, Bogusław Linda, Małgorzata Foremniak, Daniel Olbrychski and many others.
On October 6, 2005 CD Projekt launched a platform called gram.pl, a portal created for players looking to sell or buy new games. A life-time warranty is provided with new purchases. The website was later sold and is now operated by Action.
In February 2008, CD Projekt purchased the Metropolis Software development studio.
In 2009 the company launched the distribution of DVD/Blu-ray movies, which started a shift in profile and the process of extending its distributional portfolio.
On 21 September 2012, CD Projekt has changed its name to cdp.pl 
CD Projekt RED
In February 2002Wiedźmin (The Witcher), based on Andrzej Sapkowski's books. As a result of merger between CD Projekt RED S.A. and CD Projekt RED Sp. z o.o. in 2011, CD Projekt became a wholly owned subsidiary of CD Projekt RED., CD Projekt launched a new unit, CD Projekt RED Sp. z o.o., which specialized in developing video games. The first game the unit produced is
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