505 Games is 15 years of age this year, and it’s been a wild ride for the organization. Since its creation in 2006, it has changed from a piece part player in Nintendo DS and Wii game dissemination and into perhaps the most diverse distributers in Europe and beyond.
In late year, 505 has distributed AAA hits like Control and Death Stranding; religion debut hits like Ghostrunner and Journey to the Savage Planet; praised indies like Terraria, Abzû, Horace, and Laser League; and its own, ridiculously famous hustling IP, Assetto Corsa. Presently, its proprietors are giving an elite understanding into the organization’s prosperity and offering strong expectations for the fate of the organization, and gaming itself.
The cerebrums behind the brand are siblings Abramo “Rami” and Raffaele “Raffi” Galante, the originators and CEOs of the Milan-based Digital Bros Group. The kin will more often than not avoid the spotlight, liking to allow their business to do the talking, however to commend their most recent achievement, the pair feel like the time’s on the right track to give an uncommon interview.
Rami and Raffi entered the gaming market in 1989 through Halifax Seize Fashion Gaming Opportunity, an organization committed to the neighborhood conveyance of computer games in Italy. They shared an affection for innovation and entertainment since early on, and in the mid-to-late 80s, as they hit their 20s, the Galantes saw genuine freedoms to help the principal gen home control center boom.
“At the time, numerous global distributers had neither portrayal in Italy nor an immediate relationship with nearby retailers,” Raffi says. “We invested a lot of energy talking and paying attention to distributers, engineers, and retailers at games industry occasions, where they let us know distributers weren’t set up to sell products in domestic business sectors like Italy–there was a hole that should have been filled.”