My.Games rolls out new publishing label Knights Peak

My.Games rolls out new publishing label Knights Peak

My.Games is launching a brand new publishing arm called Knights Peak Interactive. 

In a blog post, the firm said that this venture is being headed up by Eugenio Vitale, Mario Gerhold, and Jan-Eric Lauble. All three are veterans of Plaion – formerly Koch Media – and joined My.Games' Premium Games division in 2023 as director, global brand and marketing director, and creative director respectively. 

Knights Peak is focused on PC and console titles. The label has already signed titles from five studios – Starship Troopers: Extermination, Nikoderiko, Mandragora, Pathfinder: Kingmaker and Blast Brigade – with a promise of more to come. 

"My.Games has gained extensive expertise in free-to-play publishing for mobile, PC and console games over the years, both internal and external," My.Games CEO Elena Grigorian said. 

"Following our commitment to our players and partners to deliver the best gaming experiences, we will extend our expertise and strengthen our publishing forces in the expanding buy-to-play segment. I'm proud to say we have assembled a very strong team of experts to launch the Knights Peak publishing label and am excited to welcome all our new associates and gamers to our community."

Vitale added: "We're embarking on an incredible journey. Knights Peak represents a fusion of passion, talent, and boundless creativity. Our team is dedicated to supporting both emerging and established studios in reaching new heights in global markets and brand development. We understand games as portals to immersive stories, offering players a multitude of adventures in a welcoming environment."

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