The Saudi Arabian Government Wants to Buy a ‘Leading Game Publisher’

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Saudi Arabia is investing around $13 billion to purchase a “leading game publisher”.

According to the Saudi Press Agency (via Axios), the country is gearing up to invest $37.8 billion in gaming as part of its controversial push to expand the country’s role in the industry.

“Savvy Games Group is one part of our ambitious strategy aiming to make Saudi Arabia the ultimate global hub for the games and esports sector by 2030,” said Crown Prince His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin…

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