Ireland-based developer Digigo has launched a range of popular mobile games in the last few years, from wilderness adventure Rangi to business simulator My Success Story. We’re delighted to form a publishing partnership with the studio, managing their title The Pickup Artist, a simulator game where players get to prove their charm and dating skills.
Our ‘upside only’ Legacy Game Management (LGM) model once again proves its strength
We have a saying here at SuperScale HQ that great games never die. The Pickup Artist is a perfect example of this with its strong ratings on app stores and dedicated fanbase, many of whom have been players for years.
With that, Digigo joins our growing portfolio of partners as the latest game company to harness SuperScale’s Legacy Game Management model to grow their business. It’s a service where we take on full management of an older title, working closely with developers to revive a good game’s commercial performance – sharing the uplift once profit surpasses targets.
With specialist approaches for new, active and legacy titles, it’s a business model that’s been garnering attention for us recently, as well as attracting new partners.
Hatim Bensaid, CEO at Digigo says
“SuperScale’s ability to refresh performance across the board, while staying true to the core game, is exactly what we need. Having an external team that can manage every aspect of LiveOps, UA and monetization helps us to concentrate on the development of new titles.’
Find out more about Digigo here. Or, if you’d like to see how we can help supercharge your game’s success, get in touch.