Genuine Games

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Genuine Games
Private
IndustryComputer and video games
Interactive entertainment
FoundedJanuary 28, 1998; 20 years ago (January 28, 1998)
FounderDavid Broadhurst
HeadquartersScottish Highlands, Scotland
Key people
David Banner (CEO)
Products50 Cent: Bulletproof Fight Club (video game)
OwnerGordie Ross
Number of employees
75+
WebsiteOfficial website

Genuine Games is a Scottish computer game development company. Its biggest title was 50 Cent: Bulletproof, which sold over 2 million units.

Genuine Games was founded in early 1998 by David Broadhurst, Steven Hodges, and Russ Gubler. Development of the company's proprietary cross-platform game engine technology began in the spring of 2002. The company was a key contributor to the development of Knockout Kings from EA Sports and Ratchet & Clank from Insomniac Games.