After obtaining its provider from BlockChain Innovations, Skyrocket Entertainment chose The Games Company (TGC) as the studio to put their movie-film titles on the market.
Foundered last year, Skyrocket purchased 100% of shares in the studio in Portugal-William Hill and Rank Group (and it’s Black Cow Technology-powered remote gaming server) among its customers.
Hans Winkelmann, co-founderof TGC, has lately been assigned bySkyrocket, who has recently obtained an global right to 75 emblematic feature movies including The Expendables and Rambo 4. Winkelman will work on his business strategy together with Skyrocket’s senior management team.
The agreement was reached between founders Skyrocket Sean O’Kelly and Richard Clarke and BlockChain Innovations, headquartered in Las Vegas, who purchased TGC last December.
“We’re incredibly excited by our acquisition of TGC, which represents a major milestone for Skyrocket,” said O’Kelly, Skyrocket’s chief executive.
“TGC has a proven track record for developing and rolling out online games – it also has a pipeline of new integration opportunities and partnerships with online gaming operators so it’s primed to expand recurring revenue.
“We’re looking forward to working with Hans and the talented team at TGC to integrate Skyrocket’s existing brands and IP. All of this strengthens Skyrocket’s offering and reach and sets us up for rapid growth.”
TGC offers a portfolio of 10 games in the UK and Gibraltar markets and a number of launches are expected to take place later in 2019.
Skyrocket intends to create true money social gaming and releases based on films that it deals with. In addition to its 75 current dealings, it has also opted for an additional 100 significant movies for the exclusive global playing rights.
“I’m delighted to find a suitable owner for TGC, which will leverage the integrations and relationships which have been built over the last period,” said Winkelmann
“We are looking forward to bringing Skyrocket’s library of media assets and brand content to market.”