City Interactive, the international publisher and the largest Polish video game developer producing PC and console games, including Nintendo Dual Screen titles, was created in 2002 in a merge of a publishing house and two video game developers. The long-term strategy guaranteed a successful expansion into international markets. The City Interactive brand is present in the USA, Australia, and the majority of European countries, including Germany, the United Kingdom, France and Russia. The company has also launched a broad-scope activity in South America.
City Interactive is in active cooperation with the leading publishing houses and development companies in the video game business. Partners of City Interactive are, among others, companies such as Focus Entertainment, Mindscape, Akella, Noviy Disk, Atari, Ubisoft, DTP and CDV. In 2007 the company changed its legal status, transforming from a limited liability company into a joint stock company. In November 2007 the company debuted at the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
Presently, City Interactive employs nearly 150 employees. The company received a "Solidna Firma" ("Trustworthy Company") Certificate thrice (in 2005, 2006 and 2007) in a Polish national verification programme for promotion of honest and trustworthy business.