Created in August 2001 by Pierre Forest, Thibaut de Robien, Pierre Goubet and Jean-Paul Isambard, Metaboli is the leading service for digital PC video game sales and rental in Europe thanks to its multiple partnerships with online portals: ISPs (Orange, SFR, Virgin Media, T-Online), web portals (MSN, AOL), video game magazines (Clubic, Gamekult) and multimedia stores (Fnac, Game, Micromania). In September 2008, the company expanded and purchased GameTap, now offering a subscription-based service mirroring the one in the United States, as well as free video games particularly retrogaming.
NexWay is a French eCommerce company specialising in digital content distribution. Founded by Gilles Ridel in 2002, NexWay (formally Telechargement.fr) is dedicated to digital content (software and video game) distribution via internet downloads.
Founded in 2003, Oberon Media is headquartered in New York with offices in North America, Europe and Asia. Oberon Media works with major players of the industry and award-winning game developers in order to deliver high quality casual games, available in more than twelve languages on PC, web, mobile, console, and iTV platforms.
Founded in 1998, GameHouse started as a small studio headquartered in Seattle, USA, and grew over the years with offices now in the Netherlands, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany and Brazil. GameHouse is a casual game developer, publisher and digital distributor for smartphones, tablets and the major social networks.
Alawar Entertainment is an international casual video game publisher and distributor, founded in 1999.
Alawar games are available on PC, iPhone, iPad, PlayStation®3, Nintendo DS, Mac, Android, Symbian, BlackBerry and bada platforms. The company also sells entertainment products for social networks and audiences fond of MMOs.
GamersGate is a digital game distribution store offering PC and Mac games. It delivers a gaming experience free from the need of an additional interface before playing and gives players access to their games from anywhere without third party interference.