Facts

  • December 2012: Deutsche Telekom AG becomes a new client for the Games section
  • November 2012: Two Pi Team offers its first lecture at Pop Akademie in Mannheim
  • November 2012: Two Pi Team attends Engage and Play in Copenhagen, Denmark
  • September 2012: Two Pi Team expands its offices once again
  • September 2012: Two Pi Team assumes responsibility for Point MMO
  • August 2012: Two Pi Team attends the GDC Europe during gamescom in Cologne
  • August 2012: RTL hires Two PI Team to provide support for all its TV formats
  • June 2012: Two Pi Team attends E3 in Los Angeles, California
  • May 2012: Two Pi Team attends FMX in Stuttgart
  • April 2012: Two Pi Team attends Deutsche Gamestage in Berlin as well as Videogame Economics in France
  • April 2012: Two Pi Team gains Astragon as its newest client
  • March 2012: Two Pi Team attends the GDC in San Francisco
  • February 2012: Two Pi Team is involved with Casual Connect in Hamburg
  • February 2012: Two Pi Team starts working for Lula Online
  • January 2012: Two Pi Team takes over support for additional EA studios
  • January 2012: Two Pi Team expands its services to cover additional languages
  • November 2011: Two Pi Team attends the Korean Games Conference and G-Star in Korea
  • November 2011: Two Pi Team oversees the community for OFM (Online Fußball Manager)
  • October 2011: Two Pi Team attends GDC Online in Austin, Texas.
  • August 2011: Two Pi Team attends the GDC Europe during gamescom in Cologne
  • July 2011: Two Pi Team gains BlueByte as its newest client
  • May 2011: Two Pi Team attends the Deutschen Gamestage during Quo Vadis in Berlin
  • April 2011: RTL Interactive and Heatwave hire Two Pi Team
  • March 2011: Wikio hires Two Pi Team for a new project
  • February 2011: Two Pi Team attends the GDC in San Francisco
  • February 2011: Two Pi Team gains Splitscreen Studios as its newest client
  • January 2011: Two Pi Team expands its services to include customer support
  • December 2010: Two Pi Team is the official partner for the Community Management Summit during the Games Developers Conference Europe (GDCE)
  • October 2010: Two Pi Team expands into new offices, expanding from 90 m2 to 300 m2
  • August 2010: Two Pi Team gains more major clients: Bigpoint, Trion, Radon Labs, Mail.ru, Koch Media, Travian, Capcom, and Kiddinx
  • June 2010: Two Pi Team and the Leipzig Trade Fair host the first CMC (Community Manager Conference)
  • June 2010: Two Pi Team accepts a lectureship at Games Academy Berlin and Film Akademie Baden Württemberg
  • August 2009: Two Pi Team signs contracts with some more major clients: THQ, Electronic Arts, Bioware, gamigo AG, and Deadalic entertainment
  • July 2009: Two Pi Team is named the official partner for the Leipzig Trade Fair Games Convention Online
  • January 2009: Two Pi Team centralizes its team and moves into its new offices
  • June 2008: dtp entertainment hires Two Pi Team for the first time for its retail games
  • May 2008: Two Pi Team is hired by Funcom
  • January 2008: Two Pi Team joins the German association for the computer games industry, G.A.M.E, and the International Game Developers Association (IGDA)
  • June 2007: Two Pi Team trains its own trainees for the first time
  • January 2007: Codemasters is responsible for the Triple-A online game "Lord of the Rings Online"
  • November 2005: Two Pi Team was founded by Nadja Bastawi and Thomas Lagemann