MTG always put gamers at the centre. We work with developers, publishers and gaming communities to create and publish games that are best-in-class. We are continuously innovating and strengthening our position as a first party game developer across multiple platforms. That includes browser, mobile and tablet apps, and Steam.

Why gaming matters

Rewind fifty years, and the gaming industry is almost unrecognizable. From humble beginnings with the first home computers, gaming has grown, evolved, and professionalized immensely in recent decades.

Today, it marks one of the largest and most profitable entertainment industries in the world, with the global gaming market valued at USD 175.8 billion in 2021.

But with new modes of entertainment emerging every day, can gaming continue to dominate the market?

Gaming has an incredibly rich history, but the industry is far from past its prime. A quick look at the current state of play, and it’s clear that the best is yet to come.

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We are proud owners of German leading city builder developer and publisher InnoGames, San Fransisco-based indie and idle forerunner Kongregate, UK-founded mobile racing pioneer Hutch, founders of Bloons Tower Defense franchise, Ninja Kiwi, from New Zealand, and leading word games developer PlaySimple from India. And we are more than an investor. We are a partner to all companies in our group. We work with them to create value in their companies, to give advice and support from our extensive network and in-house talent. We support them on topics such as management, business development, product innovation, tax issues, legal topics and much more. This way of working gives our whole gaming vertical ultimate opportunities to develop new games to drive further sales and growth.

Beyond that, we offer the founders of the companies the opportunity to share knowledge and learn from other companies in the group. This is what we call “The Swedish family model”. We would love to tell you more if it sounds right for you as an entrepreneur, looking for a new home for your company in esports or gaming.


INNOGAMES is Germany’s leading developer and publisher of online and mobile games. Based in GAMECITY-HAMBURG, InnoGames is behind hit free-to-play games like FORGE OF EMPIRESELVENAR and TRIBAL WARS. InnoGames’ complete portfolio encompasses six live games and several mobile titles in production.

Born as a hobby, InnoGames today has a team of over 400 employees from more than 30 nations. They all share the passion of creating international games that are unique in the online gaming market and that engage online communities from all over the world.

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KONGREGATE is a leading US-based developer and publisher of games for a broad range of platforms like browser, mobile, PC and console. The company produces titles loved by gamers around the world. Genres includes strategy, action, adventure and sports.

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Hutch Games Ltd.

Hutch is focused on free-to-play mobile racing games in the highly attractive midcore genre and it was acquired in December 2020 by MTG, making it the third material standalone investment in a gaming company made by the company.

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Ninja Kiwi

Ninja Kiwi was founded by brothers Chris and Stephen Harris in a spare bedroom at Muriwai Beach, Auckland, New Zealand back in 2006. While it’s generally agreed that the first tower defense game was available for Atari in 1990, Ninja Kiwi can boast that they developed and launched one of the first commercially successful tower defense games in 2007, when they launched the first Bloons TD game.

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Founded in Bangalore, India in 2014 by brothers Siddharth Jain and Siddhanth Jain, alongside fellow co-founders Preeti Reddy and Suraj Nalin, PlaySimple ( is one of India’s most exciting and fastest growing mobile gaming companies. A global leader in the free-to-play mobile word games market, PlaySimple’s portfolio of games includes successful titles such as “Daily Themed Crosswords”, “Word Trip”, “Word Jam” and “Word Wars”, with over 75 million installs and 1.9 million daily active users.

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