Epic Games, a developer of video games and software, announced on Friday that it would acquire superawesome, a British developer of child safety technology, to support the growing importance of Internet security for minors. Dylan Collins, chief executive officer of superawesome, said that the company’s flagship product, namely, KWS’s children’s network service platform, would better verify the relevant products. < / P > < p > as a parent management tool suite, KWS makes it easier for developers to implement child safety tools in their products. After being acquired by Epic Games, superhesome will continue to operate independently. < / P > < p > since the two companies began to cooperate last year, the acquisition will be officially completed next Wednesday. Although details of the deal were not disclosed, it is said that epic will accept all staff from all of its UK and US offices, and that superawesome’s headquarters will continue to be based in the UK. Global Tech