EDINBURGH-based deltaDNA, which has developed analytics tools used by computer games makers, has been acquired by America’s Unity Technologies for an undisclosed sum. Unity provides technology used by publishers in the games development process.

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GP Bullhound advised on the deal.

“deltaDNA’s ability to leverage insights using game data and game economy with player experiences allows developers and publishers to manage the game economy in a way which was previously impossible,” said GP Bullhound partner Alec Dafferner.