Lindahl has been the legal advisor in connection with the sale of Quixel to the US game development company Epic Games, which has inter alia developed the successful games Fortnite, Unreal, Gears of War and Infinity Blade, as well as the Unreal Engine platform itself.
Quixel is the creator of Megascans, one of the world's largest library of photogrammetric two- and three-dimensional images and videos, which together with the company's coherent software/applications Bridge and Mixer can be used by for instance game developers, as well as in the film and visualization industry in connection with the development of games, films and animated entertainment. Quixel's primary business is based in Sweden and the business has more than 100 people employed in six different countries.
Together with Epic Games, Quixel will focus on increased growth of the Megascans library, the development of Bridge and Mixer and the integration of the products with market-leading 3D and graphics software.
Lindahl acted as advisor to the sellers at the transaction and Lindahl's team consisted mainly of Mårten Steen (responsible partner), Emira Peterson, Therese Norenäs, Erika Svensson, Anna Romell Stenmark, Hugo Norlén, Anders Leijon and Jonas Lenhammar.