According to a press release for the deal, Humble will continue to operate independently with IGN promising some degree of support in regards to Humble's growth.
Media giant IGN announced today that it has acquired Humble Bundle, the company best known for selling packs of indie games at pay-what-you-want prices. That shouldn't be too hard - Humble Bundle is already a very recognizable name among PC gamers, and with the kind of reach that IGN has, ramping up its fundraising goals shouldn't be any problem. We will raise even more money for charity. Humble Bundle co-founder and CEO Jeffrey Rosen added in the company's post that "I can't think of a better partner than IGN to help Humble Bundle continue our quest", emphasizing that "even bigger things lie ahead, and we think IGN is the flawless partner to help get us there". Humble branched into other services including a digital storefront, a monthly subscriptions service for games, and most recently as publisher for games like A Hat in Time.
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In a conversation with Gamasutra, IGN Executive Vice President Mitch Galbraith and Humble Bundle co-founder John Graham commented on the deal.
"If it's not broken, don't fix it", said Galbraith.
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"We want to stick to the fundamentals in the short term".
"The idea is just to feed them with the resources they need to keep doing what they're doing", he said. Since its launch seven years ago Humble Bundle has helped raise more than $100 million dollars for charity, which is no small feat.
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It's unclear for now where Humble Bundle will go in the near future, or if IGN's ownership over Humble Bundle will impact reporting from the media company.