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Otoy buys Refractive Software and announces cloud-based digital animation technology (exclusive)

Cloud-gaming startup Otoy is making some big moves in advance of next week’s Game Developers Conference, including its first acquisition of the animated film technology firm Refractive Software. In an exclusive interview, Otoy chief executive Jules Urbach said that this …
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