You can edit almost every page by Creating an account. Otherwise, see the FAQ.

Eneba Games

From EverybodyWiki Bios & Wiki

Script error: No such module "Draft topics". Script error: No such module "AfC topic".

Eneba Games
Type of site
Digital distribution
Available inEnglish
Traded asENEBA Holdings Limited
Founded2018; 6 years ago (2018)
Headquarters5 New Street Square, London, England, EC4A 3TW
Country of originLithuania
Area servedWorldwide
  • Vytis Uogintas
  • Žygimantas Mikšta
CEOVytis Uogintas
ProductsVideo games, electronic gift cards
ParentUAB Helis Play
Users26 million

Eneba Games is a global E-commerce platform headquartered in England, United Kingdom.[1][2] The company specializes in the distribution of video games and gaming related products.[3][4][5]


Eneba was co founded by Vytis Uogintas and Žygimantas Mikšta in 2018.[6][7][8] Both studied together at Kaunas University of Technology gymnasium.[9]

Vytis Uogintas is the CEO, while Žygimantas Mikšta is the CMO of the company.[10] In 2012, before the foundation of Eneba Games, they founded a digital marketing company called SeoHelis as well as acquired advertising company Kokosas, which were later merged into a digital agency named, WhatAbout. In 2016, Mikšta and Uogintas created the software programming company Helis LT, which was later sold to Tesonet.[11]

As of July 17, 2019 Eneba Games is legally traded as ENEBA Holdings Limited.[12] UAB Helis Play is the parent company of Eneba Games.[11][13]

Eneba's mobile application is available for both android as well as iOS devices. Eneba offers games and gift cards for PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo. The company has acquired more than 26 million active users.[14][15]


In 2020, Eneba raised US$8 million in seed and Series A funding round from Practica Capital[16] and InReach Ventures.[3][17][18]


  1. "The key to success of Eneba's advertising campaign is humor and influencers". DELFI. May 13, 2021. Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  2. Novac, Dragos. "Eneba raised $8 million from Practica Capital, InReach Ventures, FJ Labs and angel investors". Nordic 9. Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Butcher, Mike (2020-12-21). "After lockdowns boost gaming marketplace Eneba, it raises $8M from Practica and InReach". TechCrunch. Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  4. "Podcast Technotronika: Game Industry Tendencies by Eneba". Startup Lithuania. Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  5. "Lithuanian startup Eneba scores $8 million to grow online gaming marketplace". 2020-12-21. Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  6. "After lockdowns boost gaming marketplace Eneba, it raises $8M from Practica and InReach". Yahoo Finance. Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  7. "Lithuanian gaming marketplace Eneba raises €6.5M to keep up with lockdown-driven growth | Silicon Canals". 2020-12-22. Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  8. "After lockdowns boost gaming marketplace Eneba, it raises $8M from Practica and InReach". Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  9. "Rekordinį startuolį išvystęs kaunietis: sėkmę atneša ne pinigai, o bendraminčiai". Kauno technologijos universiteto alumnų asociacija (in lietuvių). Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  10. Đorđević, Nikola (2020-12-24). "Lithuanian gaming start-up Eneba gets 6.65 million euros to grow internationally". Emerging Europe. Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  11. 11.0 11.1 "Kaunas startup founded by KTU alumnus attracted EUR 2.5 million investment". DELFI. Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  12. "ENEBA HOLDINGS LIMITED overview - Find and update company information - GOV.UK". Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  13. "Visit to the office of a young company encouraged the move to Kaunas". Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  14. Miller, George (2020-12-22). "Eneba raises $8M from InReach, Practica and VInted's Mikuckas to grow gaming marketplace". European Gaming Industry News. Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  15. "Eneba Discount Codes". Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  16. "„Eneba" pradėjo savo augimą su 6,55 mln. eurų investicija". bznstart (in lietuvių). 2021-01-06. Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  17. Ohr, Thomas (2020-12-21). "Lithuanian gaming marketplace Eneba scored €6.55 million in funding to support its rapid international expansion". EU-Startups. Retrieved 2023-04-21.
  18. Writer, Rebekah Valentine Senior Staff (2020-12-21). "Eneba raises $8m for online gaming marketplace". Retrieved 2023-04-21.

See also[edit]

Digital distribution of video games

Video game industry

External links[edit]

Official website

This article "Eneba Games" is from Wikipedia. The list of its authors can be seen in its historical and/or the page Edithistory:Eneba Games. Articles copied from Draft Namespace on Wikipedia could be seen on the Draft Namespace of Wikipedia and not main one.