On September 27 2018, T-Games officially announced its plans to close and merge with Trixel Creative in a blog post on the T-Games subreddit r/tgames[1].

The merging process begun on October 1, 2018 and lasted until January 1, 2019 - the final date of operation for T-Games.

The closure resulted in current T-Games content being re-branded to Trixel Creative and outdated content being moved under Trixel Creative subsidary T-Games Legacy. All T-Games members were transferred to Trixel Creative and T-Games founder and owner Billy Anderson became a co-owner of Trixel Creative with Halston Stephenson.


On February 7 2014, T-Games and Trixel Creative announced a partnership[2][3]. This partnership consisted of shared advertisement and asset creating. Other promotional support included members of the T-Games Network being given beta access to LittleBigPlanet Flash and plans for The Network subscribers getting early access to Return to Carnivalia. The teams co-presented the annual Tri-Expo event from 2015 until 2017.

Several members of the teams were members of both T-Games and Trixel Creative prior to the merge, such as Billy Anderson and Halston Stephenson, the owners of T-Games and Trixel Creative respectively.


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