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Games development studio Push Gaming has agreed a deal to acquire gaming technology provider GSI in an effort to scale up the delivery of products to operator partners.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but it was confirmed that GSI, including its founders Paul Evison and Paul Beattie, will join the Push Gaming team.
Push Gaming said the acquisition will grant it more flexibility and control over its technology, as well as support the development of platform functionality, game design and industry distribution.
GSI counts the likes of the Hive Remote Gaming Platform and Mesh Aggregator among its range of products.
"The acquisition of GSI is a real game changer for us and we're confident it will help us to become a key player within the industry. The launch of our own platform gives us full control of our game development, delivery and operator integrations. We will now also benefit from GSI's extensive industry knowledge and experience, as well as their fantastic technical team "
GSI's Evison and Beattie added: "The acquisition of GSI is the perfect way for Push Gaming to take its delivery to the next level and take on the big suppliers.
"By combining the two teams we will be able to improve all aspects of our business, from game creation and design to distribution and operator relationships. It's an exciting time for us, and we're looking forward to a record-breaking year ahead."