Based in central Copenhagen, Reto-Moto is an entertainment software and technology company specialising in the creation of innovative online entertainment software.
Founded in 1997, Reto-Moto immediately created IO Interactive in a joint-venture operation with Nordisk Film. IO Interactive went on to create and release the multi-million selling
"Hitman" and "Freedom Fighters" franchises. The former of which was licensed by 20th Century Fox for a motion picture released in November 2007.
In March 2004, IO Interactive was sold to UK Publisher Eidos Interactive in a
£20 million acquisition deal to secure the ownership of the Hitman intellectual property and the development capacity offered by the studio.
The founding members of Reto-Moto have left Eidos and reformed Reto-Moto, bringing in some of the core developers from IO Interactive.
The entertainment industry has evolved significantly in the last ten years and this new company is designed and constructed to take advantage of the opportunities in the current and future marketplace.
Retomoto is a registered trademark of Reto-Moto Aps. (C) 2010 Reto-Moto Aps.