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Green Light for Games Global Ltd to Acquire Microgaming Legacy

On 3rd May 2022, the iconic Microgaming completed the sale of its content and distribution arm, with access to an established network of customers serving over 900 global brands, to the newly established Games Global Ltd.

The two companies seek out new industry paths as Microgaming will steer its efforts on developing its platform systems and services, currently serving some of the biggest brands in gaming, strengthened by a new deal with Games Global. The household industry name will continue to operate its proprietary sports betting software for Betway and build its technological advancement through investment.

2021 established Games Global Ltd is a private company led by CEO Walter Bugno, aiming to become the chosen provider in iGaming for online casinos and players. Microgaming’s distribution business, game IP and progressive jackpot network, plus interest in numerous studio partners, add to the starting catalogue of 3,000 games and jackpot titles of Games Global, serving more than 980 casino brands.

CEO Walter Bugno, Games Global, stated:

“We are excited for the full operational launch of Games Global and welcoming a new era in iGaming. Microgaming’s historical legacy and impact on the industry has been significant, and we wish the organisation all the best in its next chapter”

Andrew Lucas, CEO of Microgaming, echoed the sentiments with this:

“It is an exciting milestone for both Microgaming and Games Global, and is the culmination of months of hard work and dedication from teams on both sides. The online gaming industry will undoubtedly present a wealth of opportunities for Games Global, and we wish them the very best for their journey ahead.”

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An astute team of executives spearhead Games Global Ltd with a wealth of knowledge. CEO Walter Bugno brings experience from IGT and Lottomatica and CFO Tim Mickley from SafeCharge and Playtech. Leila Goelz, Chief People and Transformation Officer, Theo Naicker, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Compliance Officer Kimberley Broad, Chief Product Officer Andrew Booth and Julie Allison, Chief Revenue Officer, complete the leadership team responsible for more than 1100 people worldwide.

Through strategic partnerships and acquisitions, Games Global will focus on game development, affording the freedom and creativity for partner studios to realise their full potential through an impressive distribution network, ultimately enhancing player experience and driving quality through the industry.


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