Forbes' annual list of the country's 100 richest men has been released by Forbes. Pawel Marchewka is the CEO of Techlandamong's video game businessmen, and none of CD Projekt's executives ranked in the top 10.
Poland is one of the most significant European nations when it comes to video game development, thanks to companies like Techland and CD Projekt e Playway.
Michal Solowow, the nation's richest man, is responsible for dozens of businesses in many different industries worth $5.7 billion. Dino Polska's $4.4 billion parent company, follows with Jerzy Starak, the CEO of Polpharma, with $3.4 billion.
Pawe Marchewka is the only video game business player to take fifth place with 1.87 billion dollars (double from the previous year).
Marchewka founded Techland in 1991. The company initially focused on translating foreign video games into Polish and distributing them on the local market. In 1993, Techland began development on games such as Chrome, Call of Juarez, Dead Island, and Dying Light, which was developed instead using the studio's new technology.
Due to the successful launch of Dying Light 2 Stay Human, which sold more than 5 million copies in its first month on the market, Il patrimony by Marchewka has increased in the previous year.
Marcin Iwiski and Micha Kiciski, the co-founders of CD Projekt, failed to make the top 10, either.