The Financial Times ranks Plug In Digital in the Top 200 fastest growing European companies

The Financial Times ranks Plug In Digital in the Top 200 fastest growing European companies

Plug In Digital is very proud today to be awarded by the Financial Times as one of the most dynamic companies in Europe.

The prestigious business newspaper released today its annual FT 1000, which lists the 1000 companies in 31 European countries that have achieved the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2013 and 2016.

Plug In Digital is ranked in the high tier of that list: 187th. The company is also 4th within the video game industry.

Full list available here.

That’s a new acknowledgement for the video game distribution expert a few weeks after being awarded in the top 50 of the Fast Growing French Companies by the financial newspaper Les Echos.

Francis Ingrand, founder and CEO, says: “I’m very proud to see Plug In Digital being part of this list. Indeed, the company’s growth has been fast and strong but we did not realized that it was such a success. For my team  and I, it’s a real recognition of our work and expertise. Our duty now is to strengthen this trend and keep on providing the best possible distribution services to all our partners, from the small video game studios to the world leader publishers.”

Plug In Digital is privately owned by Francis Ingrand and a few minor private shareholders and funded its activities with limited private investments. Boosted by this success over the past years, the company is now working on possible fundraising plans.

“We proved our business model was very solid and that we are providing a real expertise and added value to the video game industry.” Francis Ingrand adds, “We now need to support this growth with more investments, as we did  before by launching Playdius, our publishing brand, last year. That’s why we are now seriously considering opening up our capital to our first investors this year”.

Plug In Digital will pursue its path in 2018 with an ambitious line up of partner studios and games, including 25+ games on Nintendo Switch, and new major business partners such as Asmodee Digital, Razer or Kongregate.