gamigo acquires North American license to Fiesta Online

by Tom Robinson Featured 4 Comments 4 Votes 3600 Views 09/02/2013 Back to News

gamigo Inc. have announced they have acquired the North American distribution license to popular free-to-play MMORPG Fiesta Online. gamigo, itself a European publisher of online games, purchased the game for an undisclosed price, which will be added to it's portfolio of titles.

Fiesta Online was released in 2007 in the west, at a time where free-to-play titles were a novelty at best, and there were few quality titles out on the market. gamigo already operate the game in Europe, and with over 1.2 million players, it means the title in North America has "substantial turnover growth as well as improvement in efficiency for marketing and game development".

The reason for the purchase is due to Outspark closing its doors, leaving it's other title, Secret of the Solstice, with an uncertain future.

Due to the acquisition, gamigo will also be moving its offices from New York to San Francisco, while also increasing the amount of staff it hosts as well as advertising efforts.

By Tom Robinson

Source: http://https://en.gamigo.com/corporate/2013/02/gamigo-acquires-the-north-american-license-for-fiesta-online-from-us-publisher-outspark/

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Never heard of any of it.
I used to play Fiesta when it first came out. It was basically the standard for grind-tastic, Korean MMORPG. Was fun, though.

iamtom said: I used to play Fiesta when it first came out. It was basically the standard for grind-tastic, Korean MMORPG. Was fun, though.


i think i know why you think games arent fun any more

sjt333 said:

iamtom said: I used to play Fiesta when it first came out. It was basically the standard for grind-tastic, Korean MMORPG. Was fun, though.


i think i know why you think games arent fun any more



Hahahahaha I quit grind-tastic KMMORPGs years ago, because, guess what, they weren't fun.

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