Osborne Clarke and Kinstellar advised Miniclip on the deal, while DLA Piper advised Green Horse Games.
Miniclip, a leading developer and publisher of mobile games, invested in independent games developer Green Horse Games.
Miniclip is a global leader in digital games with a mission of unleashing the gamer in everyone. The Company develops, publishes and distributes highly engaging games to an audience of over 200 million monthly active users across mobile, social and online platforms.
Founded in 2001, Miniclip has successfully grown a huge global audience in over 195 countries and across six continents. As of April 2020, Miniclip has more than 50 million daily active players reaching people across the world in the pursuit of ‘unleashing the gamer in everyone’.
Founded in 2013 by George Lemnaru, Green Horse Games is the studio behind the highly successful Football Rivals. This deal provides the opportunity for Miniclip to step into the Romanian gaming eco system.
The Osborne Clarke team advising Miniclip was led by Corporate team Partner Tom Try (Picture).
DLA Piper’s team included Managing Partner Marian Dinu, Counsels Ana Maria Andronic and Cristina Bucur, and Associates Ciprian Frandes and Sandra Cahu.
The Kinstellar team included Partner Razvan Popa and Associate Madalina Perte.
Involved fees earner: Ana Maria Andronic – DLA Piper; Cristina Bucur – DLA Piper; Sandra Cahu – DLA Piper; Marian Dinu – DLA Piper; Ciprian Frandes – DLA Piper; Madalina Perte – Kinstellar; Razvan Popa – Kinstellar; Tom Try – Osborne Clarke;
Law Firms: DLA Piper; Kinstellar; Osborne Clarke;
Clients: Green Horse Games; Miniclip SA;