High 5 Games Opens New Offices in One World Trade Center

Games developer High 5 Games, has opened its new offices on the 58th and 59th floors of One World Trade Center in New York occupying 87,663 square feet of floor space.

"The opening of our new WTC headquarters represents a new chapter in the history of High 5 Games and we are honored to be a small part of the renewal of Lower Manhattan and the re-opening of 1 World Trade," said, company CEO, Anthony Singer.

"This was an unparalleled blank slate that allowed us to design a one of a kind collaborative working environment that would take advantage of the wonderful views and allow us to integrate the technology we need to continue to develop."

High 5 Games has grown in the land based, online, social, and mobile casino gaming sectors. Its games are played by gamblers across six continents and over 150 countries. Some of its most well-known titles include Golden Goddess and Da Vinci Diamonds.
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    I agree with Jade. Nose bleed high, no thanks. I am afraid of heights also ,so i think i will stay on the bottom floor. I don't do elevators either.
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    For us who live in Europe is a little bit tough to imagine such a huge buildings like these in the US. Obviously everything works just fine for the game developer High 5 Games and they are needed a new place because of their prosperity. They are a really huge company now with their tittles famous all across the world.
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    High 5 Games, high, you got that right, The 58th floor............... A football field is about 57,600 square feet, so they occupy more than 1 and 1/2 football fields of space on the 58th floor. Did I read correctly, "what a view." A view of what, the sky, air traffic. Birds don't fly that high. I am getting a little dizzy just thinking about it. This new World Trade Center building is suppose to be one of the safest buildings on earth. I hope so and I wish them all the best in their new place, but you won't find me visiting them any time soon. I have a fear of heights.

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