Norton Rose Fulbright advises zeuz on sale to Improbable

13. Febru­ary 2020

Munich/ London — Norton Rose Fulbrighthas advi­sed the foun­ding share­hol­ders of Munich-based multi­player tech­no­logy startup zeuz on the sale of their company to Impro­ba­ble Worlds Limited.

The Bava­rian startup was foun­ded in 2017 by Manuel Karg, Markus Schnei­der, Sebas­tian Reck­zeh and Roberto Omez­zolli and curr­ently employs 30 people. zeuz’s contai­­ner-based approach to hosting and server orchestra­tion provi­des game deve­lo­pers with cost-effec­­tive and effi­ci­ent solu­ti­ons, as well as flexi­bi­lity and scala­bi­lity without back-end issues. As part of Impro­ba­ble, zeuz will expand its cost-effec­­tive hybrid cloud infra­struc­ture to address new markets and inte­grate its offe­ring with Improbable’s networ­king, co-deve­­lo­p­­ment and game deve­lo­p­ment businesses.

Impro­ba­ble is a multi­na­tio­nal tech­no­logy company head­quar­te­red in London that makes distri­bu­ted simu­la­tion soft­ware for video games and enter­prise appli­ca­ti­ons. Recently, the company has grown stron­gly through seve­ral acqui­si­ti­ons and also main­ta­ins its own studios in Canada, the USA and the UK. The core product is the multi­player tool SpatialOS.

The Norton Rose Fulbright was led by Munich part­ner Sebas­tian Frech (Corporate/M&A) and also included part­ners David Marshall (London), Dr. Tim Scha­per (Anti­trust), Dr. Uwe Eppler (Tax, both Hamburg) and Matthew Find­ley (Employee Bene­fits, London), coun­sels Dr. Nico­las Daamen (Corporate/M&A) and Dr. Frank Bayer (Tax), asso­cia­tes Sebas­tian Eisen­hut, Sebas­tian Köster, Thomas Widdows, Greg Brana­gan and Julia Gallin­ger, and tran­sac­tion specia­list Tobias Grans.

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