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Privateer Press

Privateer Press Inc.
Private
Industry Miniature wargaming
Founded 2000 (2000)
Founder
Headquarters Bellevue, Washington, United States
Key people
Products
Owner Matt Wilson
Website privateerpress.com

Privateer Press is a role-playing game, miniature wargame, acrylic paint, board game and card game production and publishing studio. Privateer Press is based in Bellevue, Washington, United States, where they have their headquarters and American factory/distribution center. They have also licensed a factory in the United Kingdom to increase production capacity for worldwide markets.

The company's signature products are Warmachine and Hordes, tabletop miniatures-based war games with a steampunk/magical aesthetic. Noted webcomic creators and game critics Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik of Penny Arcade are fans of Warmachine. Privateer press also publishes a house magazine called No Quarter.

In 2000, Matt Wilson formed Privateer Press with friend Brian Snoddy and writer Matt Staroscik to publish their own d20 books.Mike McVey joined the partnership early on as Miniatures Director. Wilson and Snoddy produced the covers and interior art for Privateer's first Iron Kingdoms adventures published in 2001. The company is currently owned by Wilson due to the departure of Snoddy and McVey.

After their first five RPG books, Privateer's next publication was Warmachine: Prime (2003), a miniatures combat game set in the Iron Kingdoms. In 2009 Privateer announced a partnership with WhiteMoon Dreams intended to bring Warmachine to video game consoles.

The company's products are distinguished by the quality of their art, production values, and game play. They have received many game industry awards, including six Origins Awards and numerous ENnies.


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