Games Global isn't actually an online game developer in its own right, but rather a company that supplies games from more than 50 partner studios. Those partners include the likes of Stormcraft Studios and Triple Edge studios, so the Games Global portfolio boasts such iconic titles as Thunderstruck Wild Lightning, Agent Jane Blonde Returns, Sisters of Oz WowPot, and Absolootly Mad: Mega Moolah. Those are just a few of over 3,000 titles that this company supplies to more than 900 global game brands, which isn't at all bad considering that it hasn't been around for very long.
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A Brand with a Mission
Games Global was founded in 2021 with a self-confessed mission: To Be The One. That means the number one choice for customers, the best employer, the best game makers, and ultimately, "to be the biggest and best iGaming company in the world."
It's a mighty big ambition, but Games Global is well on the way to achieving it. That's thanks in large part to it getting off to a great start by purchasing Microgaming's Quickfire games portfolio and distribution business. That deal was completed in May 2022, and it effectively made Games Global an online gaming powerhouse almost overnight. To drive the point home, nobody had heard of Games Global in 2020 because it didn't even exist. But today it's the brand supplying some of the biggest and best online gaming titles around.
More Than 50 Partner Studios
The range of partner studios working with Games Global is impressive, and while most of the studios involved are fairly small, the games that they have presented to the world are massively popular. We've already mentioned a couple of the biggest names involved, Stormcraft Studios and Triple Edge Studios, but others include Gameburger Studios, All41 Studios, Just For The Win, Foxium, Real Dealer Studios, and Switch Studios.
Over 3,000 Great Games
As you'd expect, each partner studio has its own personality and style, and that gives the Games Global portfolio the kind of diversity that most developers can only dream of. We'll leave you to explore the full range of available titles at your leisure, but in the meantime, here are just a few of our own personal favourites:
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