BlockChain Innovations Corp. (“BCI” or the “Company”), an international blockchain technology supplier serving the regulated gaming industry, is pleased to announce that it has acquired The Games Company (“TGC”), a popular provider of online casino games that is licensed by the United Kingdom Gambling Commission and Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
Blockchain technology supplier serving the regulated gaming industry, BlockChain Innovations Corp @BCI_Innovations, Acquires The Games Company
TGC’s games are available across Tier 1 online casino operators and government lotteries, including William Hill, Bet Victor, and Loto Quebec. TGC’s products, including Hippie Chicks, Cash Cowboy, and Lucky 8 Keno, are available in 30+ languages, feature a freespin promotion engine and, most importantly, offer multi-currency wagering including cryptocurrencies.
TGC’s games are available in Canada, the UK, and markets served from Gibraltar with several 1H 2019 launches out of Malta also scheduled. Leveraging BCI’s blockchain technology, TGC products will become provably fair enabled, allowing players to independently ensure and verify game fairness.
BCI’s CEO Matt Stafford, said, “We are excited to acquire The Games Company. In addition to their proven success in the market, strong product roadmap, talented management and staff, and cryptocurrency friendliness; integrating BCI’s technology with TGC’s casino content will allow us to showcase other examples of blockchain applications in the casino content vertical. By adding TGC’s suite of casino content to BCI’s sportsbook, platform, and payments solution, it further establishes BCI as a full-product suite B2B gaming platform supplier with all the advantages of running on blockchain technology.”
The Games Company founder Hans Winkelmann, said: “Joining the BCI family expands BCI’s product portfolio, delivers TGC’s games into new markets and on revolutionary technology. By supplying our game content and other product features via BCI’s technology we can then address cryptocurrency players and the nascent Bitcoin market that has over 22 million wallets and a market cap exceeding $60 billion USD.”