Monte Cristo (company)

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Monte Cristo
Industry Interactive entertainment
Fate Bankruptcy
Founded 1995
Founders Jean-Marc de Fety
Jean-Cristophe Marquis
Defunct 2010
Headquarters Paris, France

Monte Cristo was a French computer game developer and publisher, based in Paris. It was established in 1995 by former Credit Suisse First Boston vice-president Jean-Marc de Fety and former Mars & Co strategy senior consultant Jean-Cristophe Marquis. The company was led by Jean-Christophe Marquis and Jérome Gastaldi since 2002. Monte Cristo declared bankruptcy in May 2010 following poor sales of Cities XL.[1]

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  1. ^ Priest, Simon (28 May 2010). "Cities XL developer Monte Cristo Games closes doors "this week"". StrategyInformer. Retrieved 25 September 2010. 

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