Game engine developer Unity signs lucrative contract with US Defence

Software development company Unity (opens in new tab), creator of the popular game engine of the same name, has signed a major contract with the US government to provide its digital simulation technology for defence purposes.

As reported by Bloomberg (opens in new tab), the company announced the three year, multi-million dollar deal earlier this week. The contract is in partnership with CACI International Inc., an information technology firm that has previously provided military intelligence, including aerial surveillance, to the US government.

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