Hypergiant Space Age Solutions announced Tuesday that it has acquired Seattle-based Black Pixel.

The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Black Pixel, founded in 2007, has a roster of Fortune 500 clients which it provides digital product strategy, design, and development services and builds sports, news, and media applications. Its customers include ESPN, Twitter, the New York Times, Apple, Starbucks, and This American Life.

“Over 100 million people use the software application Black Pixel has created for their customers every day,” according to a news release.

Daniel Pasco and George Dick founded Black Pixel and grew its revenue to $15.2 million in 2017.

“Joining Hypergiant provides us with the scale, talent, and AI capabilities to grow our offerings to the next level–all while integrating our unique culture and unwavering commitment to well-engineered applications into Hypergiant Space Age Solutions,” Daniel Pasco, co-founder of Black Pixel, said in a news release. “We’re excited to take on harder challenges with cutting-edge machine intelligence technology for leading brands across the globe.”

As part of the deal, Pasco will join Hypergiant Space Age Solutions as director of engineering. Black Pixel’s 50 employees and George Dick, co-founder, will also join Hypergiant Space Age Solutions. Hypergiant will maintain an office in Seattle and some of the employees will relocate to Texas.

“I’ve admired Black Pixel’s work for years, watching them create consumer and enterprise applications used by hundreds of millions of people for some of the world’s top brands. Now, Hypergiant is positioned to supercharge our custom AI solutions for clients across additional industries through Black Pixel’s amazing team,” Ben Lamm, founder and CEO of Hypergiant, said in a news release. “Black Pixel’s custom software expertise paired with Hypergiant’s intelligence platforms, customer-base, and ability to execute will be impactful to the industry as whole.”

Hypergiant Industries, with 120 employees, is based in Texas, with offices in Austin, Dallas, and Houston.