gamigo is looking for games!

Hamburg, 12.8.09– gamescom is coming up and gamigo will be there to look for new MMOGs for European or global publishing. As one of the largest and most experienced publishers in Europe, gamigo has published more than 15 titles in six languages. At the show, we are interested in meeting developers of games of all genres on PC (client, browser) and iPhone. If interested, please contact

The gamigo Success Story

Since its founding in 2001, gamigo has experienced consistent growth of more than 400 percent per annum. With 8 figure revenues and up to a million players per game, gamigo is an excellent way to enter the European free to play market. Currently, we offer 13 MMOGs of all genres in five languages– by the end of the year we’ll be increasing the number of our games to 15. By the end of 2010, we’ll be offering a total of nine languages -covering most of the western online gaming market.

Games Wanted!

Developers of iPhone, browser or client games looking for an experienced and professional publisher for publishing or even co-development will find an excellent partner in gamigo. "After finding great success in the free to play client games segment, we’re now looking specifically for browser and iPhone games,” says Patrick Streppel, playing his dual roles of being both gamigo’s CMO and responsible for the acquisition of new licences. "We would encourage developers with interesting titles to visit our B2B booth or contact us via e-mail."


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