Ubisoft Jobs In QuebecUbisofts new Quebec studio to create 200 jobs 75 within the first year, with CAD$75 million plugged into the area Ubisoft plans to start up a new studio in Quebec, the company revealed this week, and investing CAD$75 million in the local economy and creating 200 jobs within five years. The company, which develops and publishes games including the Tom Clancy range, Prince of Persia and King Kong, will take on 75 employees this year, and has already appointed Nicolas Rioux as vice president and general manager of the Quebec City Studio. Martin Tremblay, president and chief operating officer of Ubisoft Canada, said that the company had been drawn to Quebec City by "its talent and its dynamic nature". "Our objective is to build a studio where creativity and technological know how will come together to create world class games," he added. "This is the start of an exciting adventure for Ubisoft in Quebec City," said Nicolas Rioux. "Ubisoft has a reputation for developing high quality, breakthrough games. Our new studio will pursue this same successful approach. Starting right away, well work on innovative projects based on strong licenses, using the latest technologies." The production studio will be located in the heart of the Saint-Roch district at 390, Charest East.