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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

18 August 2014 – Stuntsville, UK/…  Chris Kempt, MD of UK indie developer Kempt Games, last night appeared on the BBC's Dragons' Den TV show in the UK. Following 11 years as a work-for hire studio, Kempt went on the show to pitch for a £250k investment in self-published games Stunt Guy and Stunt Gal as well as the studio as a whole.

Following a dramatic entrance, it’s safe to say that Chris’ pitch received a mixed response. In spite of Chris not slaying the Dragons’ for their cash, he still considers the experience worthwhile.

Chris Kempt, MD and Founder, Kempt, said:

“I wasn’t convinced that I’d get the investment from them – I knew the Dragons tend to be fairly risk averse and our pitch was a bit of a punt, but the experience was really beneficial in highlighting the kind of things that potential investors might ask.”

Stunt Gal has just launched on the App Store:

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About Kempt

Kempt is a UK games studio that’s been making fun, playable and largely very silly games for over a decade. During that time it’s produced over a hundred social games and produced top ten titles for well-known brands and media companies, including Kart Fighter, King of Defenders, Skyline Soccer and Toon Crisis. Whether it’s self-published or for a client, every Kempt title is created using one simple principle: “the primary ingredient for a great game experience is Fun.”