Shares of Unity Software, a platform for video game developers, jumped 44% on their Wall Street debut

Unity Software stocks bounced 44% on their debut day on Wall Street, turning into the most recent whirlwind of tech IPOs that investors can’t get enough of. Unity appeared on the NYSE at $75 a share. On Thursday, ahead of the IPO, the shares were estimated at $52. Furthermore, simply a week ago, the organization said it expected to value shares somewhere in the range of $34 and $42.

Unity is renowned in the gaming scene for its advancement software that studios use to make hits like “Fall Guys,” “Pokémon Go” and “Call of Duty: Mobile.” It offers that software to organizations through a subscription plan and charges a beginning cost of $399 to $2,400 a year relying upon the size of the studio. The organization’s introduction tops a bustling week for IPOs. Unity’s stock finished on Friday up about 31%, at $68 a share.