Economic Development Secretary Alicia J. Keyes announced that games studio Ganymede Games will establish operations and create up to 51 new jobs! The company’s headquarters will be located in downtown and will be a wonderful addition to the local MainStreet commercial district and downtown economy.
Ganymede Games cited LEDA, JTIP and the refundable Film Production Tax Credit in their decision to choose New Mexico as their new headquarters.
The team at Ganymede is bringing years of invaluable video game development experience and expertise to New Mexico’s creative economy. The company will also benefit from having NMSU creative graduates from the Creative Media Institute for Film and Digital Arts. The City of Las Cruces deserves kudos – they leveraged capital outlay and added to the state’s incentives to help Ganymede Games establish operations. Their support for this project is paramount. Thank you Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance (MVEDA), New Mexico Partnership, City of Las Cruces Government, Mayor Ken Miyagishima, Chancellor Dan Arvizu at New Mexico State University, and Las Cruces City Council for your support on this project! Learn more.