Publisher Gambitious B.V. has announced that it’s rebranding to Good Shepherd Entertainment after raising new capital and bolstering its management team.
You may know Gambitious from some of its previous releases which have included RunGunJumpGun, Oh…Sir!! – The Insult Simulator, and Diluvion, among others, and as of today it’ll be known as Good Shepherd Entertainment. This new rebranding comes after raising capital and expanding its management team with executives from Devolver Digital, Sony, South by Southwest and Wargaming.net.
Devolver co-founder Mike Wilson will be stepping in as Chief Creative Officer, whereas Brian Grigsby, who also helped start Devolver, will become Good Shepherd’s CEO. Gambitious founder Paul Hanraets will serve as president.
Good Shepherd Entertainment will continue to focus on improving indie games, from writing, voice acting, and music, while also strengthening its marketing team.
“We love to start new things, iterating and evolving upon what we’ve created before,” said Wilson. “I believe we’ve proven we do business in a way that works for indies and investors while remaining fair and transparent for everyone. Good Shepherd is a fresh vision continuing that same spirit.”
As for the future of the company, games previously announced under Gambitious, will now be published under the Good Shepherd name, this includes Milanoir, MachiaVillain, and Outreach.
In addition, Good Shepherd’s first original signings comes in the form of Dim Bulb Games and Serenity Forge’s Where the Water Tastes Like Wine, and Phantom Doctrine, which is to be formally announced and shown at Gamescom and PAX West.