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Lace Mamba To Be Wholly Acquired By Lace International

Lace Mamba To Be Wholly Acquired By Lace International

As of January 1, 2014, Lace Mamba Global Ltd will cease trading; all future games to be published by Lace International under the label ‘Lace Games’


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Adam Lacey, CEO of Lace International Ltd, has announced that Lace International will acquire Lace Mamba Global Ltd on January 1, 2014. He explains:

 “Lace Mamba Global was set up in 2010 as a joint venture between Lace International and Mamba Games. This joint venture infrastructure is no longer required and I have decided to move the games publishing business into Lace International. Lace International is an entertainment software business which has been successfully trading for over 15 years and owns and runs Lace DVD, Lace Digital Media Sales, and 101 Films. I have also taken this opportunity to move away from the ‘Mamba’ name with all future games being published by Lace International under the label ‘Lace Games.’

“All of our current partners have been informed of this move in which Lace International will now take ownership of Lace Mamba Global’s finances, contractual commitments both past and present, future sales and new product releases. My team and I intend to work closely with our existing partners to ensure a smooth transitional period over the coming few weeks.

“We very much hope that the gaming industry will see this as a positive and exciting move forward. We remain committed to publishing quality games both digitally and through retail channels around the world and look forward to working with current and new developers and distributors throughout 2014 and beyond.”

Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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