Ubisoft Entertainment S.A.

Ubisoft began as a game production company in 1986 in France. Ubisoft entered the game distribution business in 1993 and cornered the French market. Ubisoft is best known for game titles such as Prince of Persia, Raving Rabbits, Just Dance, Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, and Ghost Recon. Ubisoft made headlines in 2004 for calling Electronic Arts’ 19 percent stock buy into their company a hostile move. Currently, Ubisoft is the third-largest video game company in the world. Ubisoft has an estimated 58 million registered users as of 2013. In 2009, Ubisoft made more than 1.25 billion Euros in sales.