Business - Games in Asia
There are three core focuses Pocket Playlab looked at while heading towards success. CEO and co-founder Jakob Lykkegaard shares them with us.
Malaysia’s first accelerator, 1337 Accelerator, is one startup’s desire to give back to its fledgling community.
We spoke to Mattias Liivak, head of marketing and PR, and Sanjay Sinha, country manager for India at Fortumo, to find out what’s needed for developers to succeed in markets that are adverse to spending.
In the second part of our interview with Playstation India chief Atindriya Bose, we touch upon Sony’s handheld conundrums, the country’s potential on digital, and the company’s plans for local indie developers.
The Playstation 4 (PS4) has taken the world by storm. But what opportunities do Sony’s platforms have in India? We talk to Sony Computer Entertainment’s country manager for India, Atindriya Bose, to find out more.
From coding in a garage to being one of Asia’s most recognisable indie studios. This is the story of how two men can dominate the world… with zombies.
China’s Ministry of Culture is meeting today to discuss clearer rules for gambling in mobile games.
Play It Interactive, the Canadian mobile content platform that enables feature phone and Android users to take part in cloud-based social gaming, has announced the opening of an Indian head office in Mumbai following the closing of its $1.1 million funding round.
Gungho will set up shop in Singapore next month to focus on Asia and emerging markets. And it has $300 million to spend.
Ouya struggled in the West but is now looking to China, with new partner Xiaomi. Might the cheaper console emulate the success of the affordable smartphone?
Microsoft’s Xbox One will be going on sale on the same day in mainland China and Taiwan, but one of the countries will be getting a much better deal than the other.
The Xbox One is coming to China soon. How many copies of the device do Microsoft and local partner BesTV expect to sell in China’s PC-focused gaming market?
In the second part of our interview with Xbox India head Anshu Mor, he sounds off on how Microsoft manages its retail partners, why the Xbox One is poised for success, and of course, Sony.
Anshu Mor, the head of the Xbox India tells us why you can only buy the Xbox One on Amazon in India. The reasons may just surprise you.
Rumor has it that Tencent may be EA’s first choice to take the reigns of online service when EA’s mega robot shooter launches in China later this year.
Hearthstone is popular in China, and according to Netease’s CEO, it has a bigger player base there than in any other country.