Black Ops Entertainment was founded in 1994 by four MIT graduates in Santa Monica, California. In over 16 years of operation, the company has released titles for Playstation 1 and 2, Nintendo 64 and GameCube, XBox, and PC. The company has won the AIAS Award for the Best Sports Console Game in 2000, and Black Ops’ titles have sold millions units worldwide, and accounted for over $300 million in retail sales.
Black Ops Entertainment, LLC is currently dormant as John founded and became CEO of Jackabee Inc., a mobile gaming publisher based in Los Angeles.
John has been producing video games for over two decades, and Black Ops Entertainment has completed over $43 million dollars in game productions.
Terminator 3 Team Atari Contract
After an award-winning run of over a dozen high-profile titles, Black Ops was hired to produce Terminator3 for Atari.
The contract entailed employing a team of over 60 people, and the game was produced in 10 months for the console platforms.
And1 Streetball Ubisoft Contract
Black Ops signed And1 Streetball with Ubisoft and was developed for the console platforms.
Many great ballers were motion captured doing incredible dunks, moves and trick-shots.
James Bond Team MGM and EA Games Contract
Black Ops was contracted originally by MGM Studios to produce the first Bond Game on Playstation, 'Tomorrow Never Dies.' This game was produced over a three-year period, and it's sequel, 'The World Is Not Enough,' was produced over 17 months for EA Games.
The first Bond game sold over 3.2 million games worldwide, and the sequel did almost 1.5 million copies.
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