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  gamigo acquires Russian license to Last Chaos MMORPG
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07/31/2014
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Hamburg, July 31, 2014 – Today, gamigo, a publisher and distributor of free-to-play massively multiplayer online games (MMOGs), announced that gamigo AG has took over all the licensing rights and the customer base of the Russian market for the online game Last Chaos from Mail.ru Games. The game operation of four active servers will be imported and can be accessed via the gamigo.com portal.

"We were already able to enjoy considerable success with Last Chaos in Europe. Now we also want to win over the Russian market", stated Jens Knauber (Unit Director Games). "We are very proud to say that with this acquisition, gamigo will already have its 10th Last Chaos license."

The Russian-language version of MMORPG Last Chaos, developed by Barunson, is fully playable in the Cyrillic script and with Russian in-game speech.

The parties agreed to keep the detailed contract terms and the purchasing price confidential.

Last Chaos is a free-to-play, 3D multiplayer fantasy role-playing game that is playable online. After an epic battle among the gods, anarchy, terror and chaos reign over the world of Iris. Against this backdrop, players fight for domination. Alliances are forged and just as quickly broken; betrayal, greed and retaliation are part of day-to-day life. With action-filled gameplay, exciting dungeons and epic sieges, millions of players all over Europe are currently having a blast in gamigo's Last Chaos.

About gamigo AG

gamigo AG (founded in 2000) is one of the leading publishers and distributors of free-to-play massively multiplayer online games (MMOG) in Europe and North America. Round about 100 employees in Hamburg, Berlin, 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 two examples of gamigo's very successful multiplayer online role-playing games with a long-standing and loyal customer base. gamigo has a total of more than 16 million registered game accounts worldwide. In addition to online multiplayer games, gamigo plans to grow its offering of mobile games.

Press contact:

gamigo AG

Michelle Kuhnert

Behringstrasse 16b

22765 Hamburg

E: pr@gamigo.com

T: +49 (0)40 411 885 - 248