Playtika CEO Robert Antokol’s message to Playtikans regarding the war in Israel
Israeli mobile developer Playtika is set to partner with local universities to offer gaming-related courses
"If the players become owners of items in their games it strengthens the connection between the users and the games": Playtika VP of Web3, Lior Kenan, at Israel's Gaming Conference 2022
"As soon as we achieved AI capabilities, we added a concept called Human-Machine Team”: Playtika CTO Erez Rachmil at Israel's Gaming Conference 2022
The Turkish developer Ace Games attracted a major $25m investment from mobile developer Playtika
Playtika’s game studio Wooga is launching Switchcraft, a narrative-based match-3 game that has been in the works for a few years.
For a limited period, players were greeted by a striking message - "Play later! Don't play with your luck, schedule a mammogram now" and were denied access to the game. Instead, as a proud partner of National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.®, Caesars Slots' players were led to a landing page to schedule a mammogram at a local facility.
The world's number one free bingo game is proud to support the leading nonprofit focused on heart and brain health
The maker of games such as Bingo Blitz and Slotomania is buying 80% of Finland’s Reworks Oy for $400 million in cash, Playtika said Tuesday. The company can acquire the balance for as much as $200 million more in 2023, if earnings meet an agreed-upon target. If not, Playtika can buy the remaining ownership interest for $1.
Mobile-games company Playtika Holding Corp. rose in its trading debut after raising $1.88 billion in an initial public offering, the biggest listing ever by an Israel-based company.
Shares of mobile game company Playtika Holding Corp. rose 17% in their market debut, fueled by growth in the videogame industry and soaring demand for new share offerings.
Playtika , now valued at multiple billions of dollars, has rebranded itself around the phrase “infinite ways to play.”
Event’s 50th anniversary sees digital activism replace demos, due to coronavirus.
The World Health Organization (WHO) and the video game industry have teamed up on #PlayApartTogether, a promotional campaign that encourages healthy physical distancing by bringing special events, exclusives, activities, rewards, and inspiration to some of the most popular games in the world.
Israeli mobile developer Playtika has turned its resources towards helping vulnerable people during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Leading mobile games company, Playtika, announced today that it has completed its acquisition of Austria-based developer Supertreat GmbH. The announcement comes just a few weeks after the company acquired German puzzle and hidden object specialist, Wooga GmbH, and a little more than a year after it acquired Jelly Button Games Limited.
Israeli-based Jelly Button®, a Playtika® studio, today announces the global launch of Merge Stories, a new free-to-play casual mobile game that takes merge gaming to new heights
Bingo Blitz®, a Playtika® studio and the world's most popular free-to-play Bingo game*, has partnered with Golden Globe-winning actress, producer
Fashion icon and Hollywood star, Jane Seymour, has embarked on a new digital adventure. Together with Solitaire Grand Harvest®
Slotomania®, the world’s #1 play-for-fun slots game* from Playtika®, has hit the road to meet players as its team tours southern states in the USA by bus.