Singapore - Games in Asia
More than just a $15m gaming fund, Inflexion Point Capital wants to help game studios focus on being creativeJuly 28, 2014 | Daniel Tay | One Comment
If your game studio gets chosen by IPC, expect to receive a lot of attention from them in all aspects of the business; de Giorgio and his team want to get down and dirty from the get-go.
Fans yearning for more competitive fighting excitement after the Evolution Champion Series 2014 will be glad to hear that the Capcom Pro Tour Asia will be kicking off next month.
The English and subtitled-Chinese Asian editions of Playstation 4 (PS4) exclusive Driveclub will hit the streets on October 7 at a price of S$69.90 (about $56), along with a Playstation 4 hardware bundle pack priced at S$699 (about $563).
Southeast Asia’s game market is set to go down the same path of growth as China’s, according to iAppPay’s CEO, Qiu Yuekun.
The International 4 is over. But let’s take a look at what the Dota 2 fans in Singapore did to celebrate it!
Most of us reading Games in Asia probably wouldn’t identify Garena as an internet company, but that’s just what The Economist has crowned it.
Dusty Revenge has some simple DLC for its co-op edition: playable humans, Dusty and Kitsune!
World eSports Championship Games (WECG) are in talks with Singapore’s MDA and IDA for the country to possibly be a host city as early as 2015.
Singapore and Malaysia must fight for a single spot at the Point Blank International Championship 2014July 16, 2014 | Mary-Anne Lee
Singapore and Malaysia will square off for a single spot at the Point Blank International Championship 2014.
Are you a Point Blank fan who wants to prove his or her worth to the world? Then you’ll want to be a part of the Point Blank International Championship (PBIC) this September.
In view of Singapore’s upcoming fiftieth birthday as a nation, the Media Development Authority (MDA) of the country has put out a call for celebratory games.
International Cosplay Day Singapore 2014 will see the country’s first public showcase of Heroes of the Storm, as well as the master cosplayer Kamui.
The real reason why IeSF has gender-separate tournaments: it needs to think of gamers worldwide, not just in the West.
Strife is just getting started as a competitive game, but will regional publisher Asiasoft be able to keep it afloat?