gamigo AG closes cooperation with Electronic Arts

  • Three attractive Electronic Arts games on the gamigo platform
  • FIFA World will be available EARLY 2015
  • Partnership with Electronic Arts shows strength of the gamigo brand

gamigo AG, a leading publisher and distributor of multiplayer online games and mobile games is pushing forward with its multiplayer online games platform strategy. It has now forged a deal with Electronic Arts (EA), a leading global company in the digital interactive entertainment sector with headquarters in Redwood City, California (USA).

This deal will initially encompass three of EA’s highly-attractive titles, which will be marketed via the gamigo platform. Command & Conquer: TIBERIUM ALLIANCES, Need for Speed WORLD, and FIFA World. Of these, Command & Conquer: TIBERIUM ALLIANCES and Need for Speed WORLD will already be launching on the gamigo platform in 2014, and FIFA World shortly after.

On the gamigo platform, the existing and future community receives not only a broader reach/coverage, more choices and even longer-lasting gameplay fun, but also the latest information on various titles. By continuously updating our news section on the platform, we keep the community updated and in touch with featured in-game actions, e-sports activities or community events.

Theodor Niehues, Co-CEO of gamigo AG, explains: “We are pleased that Electronic Arts is cooperating with us. For me, this is an indication of the strength of the gamigo brand among gamers, and also underlines the attractiveness of our new multiplayer online games platform strategy. We will continue to pick up pace towards the end of the year, and are on the cusp of a growth spurt.”

About gamigo AG

gamigo AG (incorporated in 2000) is a leading publisher and distributor of free-to-play multiplayer online and mobile games with focus on Europe and North America. Approximately 100 employees in Hamburg, Berlin (Germany), San Francisco (USA) and Seoul (Korea) are in charge of marketing, customer relations, IT, support, game optimization and community management for its comprehensive portfolio of titles. “Fiesta Online” and “Last Chaos” are just two examples of gamigo’s very successful multiplayer online role-playing games with a long-standing and loyal customer base. In addition to this, the online games portfolio is continuously extended, recently e.g., “Asterix & Friends”, “Anno Online” and “Vicky Online” have been added. gamigo has a total of more than 20 million registered game accounts worldwide. In addition to online multiplayer games, gamigo also is investing in mobile games distribution, with games such as “Dino On Fire” and “The Rats”.