Enad Global 7, the Swedish firm who acquired MMO publiusher Daybreak Game Company last year, hosted its Q1 Investor presentation, and things seem to be looking good for EG7 following the acquisition. One big bit of news to come out of the report, however, is the fact that EG7 is looking to bring Daybreak's MMOs to the 4Game platform, which EG7 owns thanks to its acquisition of Innova.
Enad Global 7's CEO and Founder, Robin Flodin, took to both YouTube as well as Daybreak Game Company's website to give players insight as to how the acquisition of the MMO developer worked and just who EG7 is actually.
It seems only yesterday that Enad Global 7, or EG7, was in the news over their acquisition of Daybreak. Well, they're back for another acquisition, this time grabbing up Innova for a reported $109 million. Here are some of the details around the latest acquisition.
Last week was a precarious week for, not only Daybreak Games, but for their fans and subscribers. For Daybreak's Dimensional Ink Games development studio, the team behind the superhero MMO DC Universe Online (DCUO), even more so. Not only did they find themselves under the new management of EG7, but their Creative Director also announced her leave from the company. DCUO's community manager stated that the two are not connected and it was just a matter of coincidental timing. The acquisition of t
From the ashes of last week's sale of Daybreak Game Company to EG7 for $300 million, we learned quite a few things from the company now that the information was made public. One tidbit caught Bradford's eye: updating The Lord of the Rings for PCs and "nextgen consoles." Bradford takes a look at whether he thinks the MMO could even succeed in its current state on the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.
It's definitely been an interesting week in the MMO world. Here are the top 5 stories of this week in MMORPGs.
EG7 has reportedly acquired Daybreak Game Company, the developers responsible for Everquest, H1Z1 and more, in a deal worth $300 million, according to new reports.