Layoffs at Love Island developer Fusebox Games as it shifts to co-development

Originally published on by James Batchelor

At least nine employees reporting redundancy so far, UK studio says it is still in consultation period

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Several members of staff at UK mobile developer Fusebox Games have been laid off as the company reports it is changing its business model.

News of the redundancies first emerged yesterday as multiple employees, primarily narrative writers and designers, announced they were looking for full-time or freelance work.

It’s unclear how many people have been affected, but there are at least nine actively seeking new employment, seemingly with less than a month before they are officially let go.

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