European gaming company King has teamed up with Internet giant Tencent to bring its hit mobile game Candy Crush Saga to China this summer, via Tencent’s Mobile QQ and Weixin Game Centers.
White Star Capital co-founder and former Facebook director of EMEA Christian Hernandez argues that platforms can make or break a startup and highlights some important case studies.
Predictably, journalists and analysts are branding Swedish-British game developer King a one-hit wonder as it prepares to go public. There’s something to be said for that, but there’s also a flip side.
German media giant ProSiebenSat.1 is making a big push into mobile / online games publishing and licensing with the acquisition of Berlin-based publisher Aeria Games Europe.
Casual gaming giant King is going public. Here are the most important facts and figures.
Espoo, Finland-based Angry Birds creator Rovio dreams and bets big. Not content with making waves in the mobile gaming and merchandising space, the company is looking to tackle education next.
Mobile games maker Wooga‘s co-founder and CEO, Jens Begemann, tells us more about the shift currently underway at the company, to adapt to the hit-driven nature of the mobile gaming industry.