San Diego-based video game developer Psyonix Inc. has signed a multiple-floor lease as it expands into downtown’s 1 Columbia Place, according to office tower owner Emmes Realty Services of California LLC.

An Emmes statement said Psyonix will be expanding from a 9,000-square-foot downtown space at 707 Broadway, also owned by Emmes, into a 40,000-square-foot office at 401 W. A St. Financial and other terms of the lease were not disclosed.

Psyonix was represented in the lease transaction by Jordan Williams of Strom Commercial. The company will occupy two contiguous floors in the 27-story 1 Columbia Place.

Psyonix is best known for its video game Rocket League, which has sold more than 8 million copies to date and has more than 22 million players. The company relocated from North Carolina to San Diego in 2009 and has grown significantly since then.