Swedish-listed online gaming operator Mr Green has confirmed plans to move to new headquarters in Stockholm next year.
The company will move during the first quarter of next year to Stockholm’s Epicenter, a new digital hub being developed by AMF Fastigheter on Mäster Samuelsgatan.
Mr Green’s headquarters and technology development centre are currently situated at different locations in Stockholm, but Epicenter will provide the operator with space to combine the two functions.
“Epicenter is the perfect environment for Mr Green,” said Mr Green & Co CEO Per Norman. “We are an innovative, fast growing company and the creative setting is of importance to our employees and of course when recruiting new talents. Epicenter is also a perfect place for networking and the establishment of new collaborations.”
Epicenter’s chief experience officer Fredric Kaijser said: “We are happy that Mr Green has joined us and our ecosystem. We supercharge co-creation, innovation and knowledge by providing a great opportunity space for large corporations and fast growing digital companies.
“Therefore, we welcome Mr Green to Stockholm’s first Digital Innovation House located in the heart of the city and Sweden’s digital landscape.”
Last month, Mr Green rival Kindred Group signed a lease agreement with AMF Fastigheter to expand into the new Urban Escape project on Regeringsgatan in Stockholm. With 250 staff currently in the city, the operator plans to double this over the coming years, with closing of the deal expected in spring 2019.
Shares in Mr Green & Co. AB (STO:MRG) were trading down 0.94 per cent at SEK52.50 per share in Stockholm earlier Wednesday.