My.Games will spin off the Russian part of the gaming holding into a separate company, Astrum Entertainment, which will deal with
game publishing house in Russia.After the completion of the restructuring, My.Games will cease its activities in Russia. At the end of 2021, My.Games revenue amounted to 43.8 billion rubles with an increase of 10.5%. Such data was carried out in the report of the parent company VK. My.Games has its own game store, and the company also distributes games through game app stores. In total, the portfolio of My.Games has more than 70 own projects, including such as Hustle Castle, War Robots, Left to Survive and others. After the start of the conflict in Ukraine, the developers started having problems with licenses, and in order to avoid being removed from foreign game stores, the company transferred part of the projects to the Cypriot structure. In October of this year, VK sold My.Games to Alexander Chachava, managing partner of Leta Capital.