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A gamigo company

Intenium: Europe's first choise in casual games

Company Overview

The clear focus of the company, the uncompromising personal commitment of all key people and a deep expertise in the areas of sales and product development - these are the success factors due to which INTENIUM succeeded in a short time to play a remarkable role on the international market of casual games.

Today the company maintains strong relationships with distribution partners in Europe in online as well as in retail. It also collaborates closely with publishers and game developers from around the world, which is essential to the success of the company. Currently, INTENIUM publishes more than 200 new products per year.

Company structure:

    Headquartered in Hamburg, the main company deals with games distribution, licensing, sales and marketing activities in Germany and internationally.


INTENIUM joins forces with gamigo AG (www.gamigo.com) to form a strong synergy of the two companies. The focus of the company remains on the cross-platform online and mobile gaming.

INTENIUM developed a cross-platform technology for Bonga Online and their latest release The Rats. Both games are now available for Facebook, browser and on the App Store.

INTENIUM taps into the huge potential of social networks to tremendously scale the reach - Bonga Online released in Facebook and several other social networks.

German-Russian Chamber of Commerce distinguished INTENIUM with Otto Wolff von Amerongen Award for middle-sized companies.

Setting stronger focus on Casual Multiplayer Online Gaming: release of the first browser-based game Bonga Online.

The turnover growth of more than 40% (ESD & Retail) and more than 250% growth in strategically important area of Online-Multiplayer-Games mark the record turnover year.

INTENIUM sets the benchmark for the casual games industry by launching the next generation of casual gaming - first Casual Multiplayer Online World "Alamandi"

INTENIUM brings online community gaming to German-speaking territories in cooperation with Dutch GamePoint.

INTENIUM becomes official developer and publisher for NintendoDS and releases first games for this platform.

International expansion started under the trade mark ScreenSeven in English- and French-speaking countries.

INTENIUM’s flagship title "Chicken Attack" is launched and immediately tops sales charts in online and retail. Company starts expanding production.

Hamburg-based VC firm "Neuhaus Technonord" (now Neuhaus Partners) invests into INTENIUM.