Online game developers Wagermill and TGL merge to form GECO Gaming
WAGERMILL and THE GAMING LAB, two established Independent game developers are merging to create GECO GAMING (the Game Engine Co-Operative), headed up by Mark Paling, CEO of British Games Developer WagerMill, and Aaron Neill-Stevens, CEO of Australian Games developer TGL. The pair have merged their companies to create the GECO GAMING GROUP with offices in London and Sydney to globally promote and expand their library of games in Flash and HTML5.
GECO GAMING will offer Operators a diverse portfolio of games covering SLOTS, BINGO and CASINO, by combining the strengths of both development teams, and sharing skill sets and industry knowledge of ‘WHAT WORKS’.
Mark Paling said “The independent gaming market has changed significantly over the past few years and I am delighted to be partnering up with Aaron and his team at TGL to create a significantly bigger unit than the sum of the two businesses. The next 12 months promises to be a very exciting time and we are putting ourselves in a position to capitalize on it”
Aaron Neill-Stevens added “Merging with WagerMill and working with a UK business which has their industry knowledge and pedigree is absolutely the right step forward for our business. It will demonstrate that game Developers working together will achieve massive benefits for everyone right through to the players. As well as this, we are shortly to announce an industry changing delivery platform which promises to improve the speed and efficiency of future game delivery to market.…..Watch this space!”