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Angel Hristov February 7, 2024 3 min read
Games Global Secures Three Awards, Completes DGC B2B Acquisition
2023 saw Games Global launch more than 240, solidifying its position as a leading provider
Games Global, a leading iGaming supplier, secured a number of awards as ICE 2024 kicked off. In addition, the company has now completed its acquisition of DGC B2B from Super Group.
Games Global Scoops Up Three Prestigious Awards
Games Global was recognized at the International Gaming Awards 2024, securing three prestigious accolades. The company was named Slot Provider of the Year at the event at the Savoy Hotel in London, while its Snowborn Games subsidiary secured the Games Studio of the Year award.
In addition, Just for the Win’s Golden Fields slot game was named Game of the Year. Golden Fields is a critically acclaimed slot that has enjoyed industry recognition ever since its launch in May 2023. This is not the first time the studio has won an award either as it was named RNG Casino Supplier of the Year in 2023. Previously, the studio also grabbed the Game of the Year accolade thanks to its Scarab Kingdom game. Earlier still, the studio was named Rising Star of the Year in 2021.
Walter Bugno, Games Global’s chief executive, commented on the three new awards, saying that he is proud to see his company and its studios recognized.
Last year highlighted our ability to deliver unmatched products and experiences for players, from significantly enhancing our progressive jackpot portfolio to delivering a constant roll-out of diverse content that takes player journeys to a new level, and we are thrilled to be recognized by our industry peers at this prestigious event.Walter Bugno, CEO, Games Global
For reference, 2023 saw Games Global launch more than 240, solidifying its position as a leading provider.
Super Group Is Happy to Have Completed the Sale of DGC B2B
In the meantime, Games Global just finalized its acquisition of Super Group’s Digital Gaming Corporation (DGC B2B). According to the former company’s announcement, the transaction was finalized on February 1, 2024, and followed the securing of all necessary regulatory approvals.
Games Global said that this acquisition attests to its desire to expand in the lucrative US iGaming market by constantly driving innovation and excellence.
Bugno also commented on this deal, expressing his team’s excitement about the acquisition. He noted that this move aligns with the company’s desire to become a leader in the US market and beyond.
This move not only strengthens our global position, it also allows us to further innovate and deliver incredible experiences to operators and their players.Walter Bugno, CEO, Games Global
Super Group’s chief executive, Neal Menashe, also shared his thoughts on the deal, saying that he is pleased to have brought the 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.Neal Menashe, CEO, Super Group
Games Global boasts some 40 studios under its wing and offers over 1,300 in-house games. In addition to that, the company offers one of the industry’s highest-paying progressive jackpot networks and is poised to capitalize on the acquisition of DGC B2B.