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Discharging its first gunfire in Latin America – Special Force

Discharging its first gunfire in Latin America – Special Force

Special Force, an FPS developed by Dragonfly is paving its way through the Latin American market after storming through Southeast Asia, North America, and Europe. On September 30th, Dragonfly signed a 3-year contract with Aeria Games to service Special Force in Central and South America, starting with a CBT scheduled for the end of this year. Aeria Games is one of the fastest growing publishers in [...]
Nexon Invests in the Spanish Game Developer

Nexon Invests in the Spanish Game Developer

[Press Release] Nexon Co., Ltd. (“Nexon Japan”, CEO Seung Woo Choi) announced on the Oct. 5 that it invested in the Spanish developer ‘BoomBang Games S.L., acquiring 32 percent of its shares. Established in 2004, BoomBang Games (CEO Luis Oses and Max Bevilacqua) is headquartered in Barcelona, Spain. The developer creates online games designed to appeal to Spanish speaking teenagers [...]
Lime Odyssey Takes Its Journey into Hong Kong

Lime Odyssey Takes Its Journey into Hong Kong

<Source : YouTube – Lime Odyssey – Human Prologue> Lime Odyssey, a new MMORPG developed by Sirius Entertainment, entered into a publishing right contract with Hong Kong publisher Game Cyber. The most renowned online game company in Hong Kong, Game Cyber possesses half the local market share, thanks to the popularity of Korean games introduced since the firm’s foundation in 1999. [...]
Hanbit Soft on IMC Games Public Sale

Hanbit Soft on IMC Games Public Sale

Hanbit Soft comes forth to sell all its 40% share of IMC Games to public. Unlike typical stake sales coming along as quietly as possible until the confirmation from acquirers, Hanbit Soft overtly released to mass media that “it no longer needs the shares”: in other words, Hanbit Soft launched into the public sale of IMC Games. Considering the sales amount and the value of IMC Games, the selling [...]
Shanda buys Eyedentity Games

Shanda buys Eyedentity Games

Shanda Games Ltd., a major Chinese publisher, developer, and operator in online game sector, acquired Eyedentity Games today for a USD 100 million cash deal. With this transaction, Shanda Games will now possess 100% ownership over Eyedentity Games’ share. Eyedentity Games, however, will still be in control of its management rights and development, maintaining independence from Shanda. Eyedentity [...]
ArcheAge, becoming a blockbuster before birth

ArcheAge, becoming a blockbuster before birth

<Source : YouTube – ArcheAge Group Battle Demo> On September 2, XL Games (CEO: Jake Song) signed a publishing contract with Tencent, a major game developer and publisher based in China, to service ArcheAge, currently under development. Although the exact sum of money involved in the deal was kept undisclosed under the Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), the industry estimates the deal to have [...]
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