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Vinge has advised Embracer in connection with a new SEK 3,000,000,000 credit facility

December 18, 2020

Vinge has advised Embracer Group AB (publ) in connection with the signing of a new SEK 3,000,000,000 credit facility for, amongst other things, M&A purposes, with Nordea Bank Abp, filial i Sverige.

Embracer Group is the parent company of businesses developing and publishing PC, console and mobile games for the global games market. With its head office based in Karlstad, Sweden, Embracer Group has a global presence through its six operative groups: THQ Nordic GmbH, Koch Media GmbH/Deep Silver, Coffee Stain AB, Amplifier Game Invest, Saber Interactive and DECA Games. The Group has 55 internal game development studios and is engaging more than 5,000 employees and contracted employers in more than 40 countries.

Vinge’s team consisted of Louise Brorsson Salomon, Lionardo Ojeda and Felix Möller.

 

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