In-game communication platform Vivox has been acquired by game development technology provider Unity after raising more than $16m from investors including Peacock Equity.

Game engine maker Unity Technologies has purchased corporate-backed US-based gaming communications technology developer Vivox for an undisclosed amount. Founded in 2005, Vivox has created a platform that enables users to communicate through voice or text tools while playing mobile, PC and console games. The company’s platform has been integrated into more than 125 games through…

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