Rapidly growing game developer and operator Akamon Entertainment is to join the International Social Games Association [ISGA], the industry body that acts as a voice for the global social gaming industry. Akamon becomes the tenth member company of the ISGA, joining existing members Zynga, Slingo, RocketPlay, Plumbee, Playtika, PlayStudios, MGM, IGT, Gamesys , Bally Technologies, Aristocrat and Abzorba Games.
Akamon Entertainment has grown quickly to become a leading social games developer in the LATAM region, with a portfolio of 38 multiplayer social games enjoyed by a community of over 15 million registered players and ambitious plans to expand their offerings globally.
ISGA CEO Luc Delany welcomed Akamon to the association:“We are pleased to welcome Akamon as the latest innovative company to join the International Social Games Association. Akamon’s products are enjoyed by millions of people around the world, and we look forward to working with them to help show the positive impact social games developers have on players and the digital economy.”
The role of the International Social Games Association is to explain to the public, policy makers and regulators what the social gaming industry does, how it works and the value it generates for the people who love playing games as well as for the digital economy.
The International Social Games Association (ISGA) has been set up by a group of leading social games companies to act as a voice for the fast-growing industry at a time when many changes in the way millions of people access, play and pay for games are taking place. The ISGA explains to the public, policy makers and regulators what the industry does, how it works and the value it generates both for the people who love to play social games and for the digital economy.
Akamon CEO Vicenc Marti said: “We’re pleased to be the latest social games company to join the International Social Games Association. As we grow into a business providing entertainment to millions of people around the world, we look forward to joining the ISGA’s efforts to educate regulators, policy makers and players about the value of social games.”