GAMEVIL has announced today their acquisition of esteemed and successful global developer and publisher of mobile games, Com2uS. The recent deal, which reportedly cost GAMEVIL a cool $65 million, puts the Korea-based company in control of the majority of Com2uS shares. So what does this deal mean for us gamers? It means lots of great new mobile experiences are surely on the way as GAMEVIL strives to become the top gaming company on a global scale today!
This is certainly one of the most substantial acquisitions in the mobile F2P market that we’ve ever seen, and going forward, both GAMEVIL and Com2uS plan to leverage off of one another’s successful user bases, GAMEVIL Circle and Com2uS Hub, respectively. GAMEVIL is most recently reaping the benefits of games like Steel Commanders and Dark Avenger, while Com2uS has been hard at work with the upkeep of games like Heroes of War and Golf Star; so both companies already know a thing or two about making great mobile games on a more widespread scale.
For more information on the future of GAMEVIL and Com2uS’ newfound partnership (A.K.A. the mobile F2P mega-studio of greatness), be sure to keep those browsers pinned on Gamezebo, as we’ll provide you with all of the subsequent updates as soon as we hear them.