Games company moves to Mission

Greenhouse Games specializes in the Free-2-Play gaming industry and will be operating in downtown Mission.

Greenhouse Games has come to Mission.

The latest start-up from veteran game development professional Kalvin Morrow, is joining the Sumas Regional Consortium for High Tech’s (SRCTec) Technology Venture Acceleration Program, as part of the Tech Starts Here campaign, in partnership with the District of Mission.

Morrow, a veteran game development professional and president of Greenhouse Games, is excited to work with SRCTec and its team on the development of his most recent start-up.

Greenhouse Games specializes in the Free-2-Play gaming industry and will be operating in downtown Mission.

Morrow has had many achievements in his game development career, working with several top grossing game development companies around the world, such as Next Level Games, Nexon, Hasbro and Disney.

In 2014 Kalvin returned to Canada to start a successful children’s game development company, Flying Squirrel Games Ltd.

With a full game development studio in Malta they launched their first fully developed children’s game “Airside Andy” in 2016 with clients based out of London, England.

Kalvin looks forward to opening his next full development studio in Mission over the next several months, with the creation of several new F2P games to launch globally by the end of the year.

“We are seeing more and more interest in the gaming sector locally, due to the affordability and costs of doing business in our region,” said Raymond Szabada, chair and acting CEO of SRCTec.