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Codemasters is to relocate its Birmingham-based video games business and 120 staff to a 9,000 sq ft office at the Custard Factory in Digbeth this spring.

Codemasters is creating 75 new jobs at its computer games headquarters in Leamington Spa and a further 25 at its site in Birmingham.

Codemasters, the developer of computer games with 450 staff in Birmingham, Leamington Spa and Guildford, is to be acquired by Reliance Industries and venture capital firm Balderton Capital.

Codemasters, the Warwickshire-based computer games developer with 400 staff, is preparing for a £200m flotation after Balderton Capital acquired the remaining stakes of the founders.

Codemasters is looking to raise up to £30m of private equity to fund the development of its computer games business, having dropped plans for a flotation.

Codemasters is looking to expand the workforce at its Warwickshire-based video games business, and is seeking programmers, designers, artists, project managers and technicians.

Codemasters is planning to create 35 new jobs at its computer games programming business in Warwickshire.