Unity (U) to discontinue products, reduce office space & lay off more workers

Unity wants to 'focus on the products that are most valuable to our customers.'


Unity’s (U) Q3 2023 earnings report was filled with interesting tidbits about the company behind the popular video game engine. This included information about how it’s altering its business model to sustain profitability for the foreseeable future and stay in the good graces of shareholders. Unfortunately, this means that Unity is prepping a reduction in operations, which means product discontinuations and more layoffs.

Unity shared the news on the fifth page of its earnings report today. The following quote outlines Unity’s plans to scale back in various areas of its business in the near future.

The unity wordmark logo.

Source: Unity

It’s unfortunate to hear that more layoffs are planned at another major video game company. The report also includes the news that Unity isn’t expecting its Runtime Fees to be beneficial for its business in the next quarter. Pay a visit to our market news page for more insightful financial news.

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