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Charles Russell Speechlys has advised the shareholders of In Touch Games on its sale to Skywind

Charles Russell Speechlys has advised the shareholders of In Touch Games Limited on all legal aspects of the sale of the In Touch group (including its overseas interests) to Skywind Holdings Limited, a company which provides premium content for the iGaming industry.

In Touch is a gaming business established in 2001 with eight well-known casino brands including mFortune, Jammy Monkey and Mr Spin. The company has 500 employees based in the UK, Cyprus, Romania, Vietnam and Taiwan. 

Skywind was founded in 2012 by a group of industry veterans with experience in the igaming sector. In Touch content will sit alongside Skywind’s igaming offerings, which include its existing video slots, live casino games and player engagement tools. Skywind’s offering is hosted on the company’s own platform.

Corporate Partner Hamish commented: “We were delighted to have advised the owners of In Touch Games on the sale of their business which they have grown from scratch over the last 20+ years”

The team was led by corporate partner Hamish Perry and supported by Samuel Milne, Tertius Alberts, Francesca Charlton and Matthew Carter (Corporate). The team also included Ben Smith, Clare Davis (Employment), Caroline Young (Commercial), Sarah Morley, and Kelly Arnold (Real Estate).  Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner acted for Skywind.

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