Games Global completes deal for Super Group’s DGC assets

February 7, 2024
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The acquisition will give the company access to the US iGaming market.

Games Global announced that it has successfully closed a deal to acquire Digital Gaming Corporation’s (DGC) B2B assets from Super Group. The two companies officially concluded the transaction on February 1, pending necessary regulatory approvals.

This move allows the iGaming content supplier to work directly with US operators. Games Global described the acquisition as “a significant company milestone.”

The group said in a statement, “The acquisition of DGC B2B is a testament to the company’s commitment to expanding its presence to the dynamic US iGaming market, whilst continually driving innovation and excellence across the global gaming sector.”

Games Global CEO Walter Bugno noted that the deal falls in line with the company’s strategic plan for worldwide expansion.

He explained further by saying, “We are excited about the successful acquisition of DGC B2B, which enables our immediate entry into the fast-growing US market and aligns seamlessly with our vision to become a leader in the global gaming industry.

“This move not only strengthens our global position, [but] it also allows us to further innovate and deliver incredible experiences to operators and their players.”

Super Group CEO Neal Menashe discussed the company’s lengthy relationship with Games Global and said that Super Group will continue to focus on extending its global reach.

He said, “We are pleased to have brought this sale to a close. Going forward, our team can continue focusing on our global B2C growth.

“Games Global is a valued long-term partner of ours, and DGC’s B2B division is in good hands. We wish them all the best.”

Games Global is home to 40 exclusive studios and offers more than 1,300 proprietary games.


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