INTEGRATED GAMES BUSINESS

Development

Next-generation games for real money and social players.

Our studios in London (UK) and Victoria ( Canada) produce and market both free to play and real money gambling games for mobile web, IOS, Android and Facebook

Licensing

Global audiences built via strategic media and platform partnerships.

We license our IP and Game content into adjacent markets globally across multiple gaming and merchandise categories including lotteries, gaming machines, social slots and casual game web portals. Major licensees to date include Caesars, Rush Street Gaming, Pala Casinos, Electronic Arts, IGT, Scientific Games, and Zynga Inc.

B2B Publishing

Online and social games published on Gaming Realms propriety platform “Grizzly”.

Our real money gaming is licensed in Alderney and by the UK Gambling Commission. Our team in Guernsey manage our licensed gaming operations, while in London our technology and product teams innovate to produce high value games on our leading edge “Grizzly” gaming platform.

Gaming Realms to capitalise on its platform and ‘Slingo Originals’ library

Patrick Southon, chief executive of Gaming Realms PLC (LON:GLM)

Patrick Southon, chief executive of Gaming Realms PLC (LON:GLM) caught up with Proactive Investor’s Andrew Scott to discuss the recent set of interim results.

The period saw 6 new contracts signed to license their ‘Slingo Originals’ portfolio of games in New Jersey and Europe, plus since period-end, Gaming Realms disposed of its UK B2C brands to River UK Casino in a deal worth up to £23.1mln.

Gaming Realms’ Slingo: Still going strong after 20 years

Philip Tuck, director of Business Intelligence at Gaming Realms PLC (LON:GLM)

Philip Tuck, director of Business Intelligence at Gaming Realms PLC (LON:GMR), talks to Proactive Investor about the decision to focus more on licensing and content development rather than operating games.

Tuck also gives a walk through and demonstration of one of their popular games – Slingo.

It originated twenty years ago – Gaming Realms bought the IP in 2015 for US$18mln – but is still going strong.