NCSoft

Korean F2P publisher Ncsoft officially announced the name of its new mobile gaming division, Iron Tiger.  Iron Tiger is located in San Mateo, California, and is focused on developing original mobile games,...

Com2uS announced that it has released a new RPG title Wonder Tactics in 4 countries: Singapore, Australia, Malaysia, and Philippines. Starting from those 4 countries, Com2uS plans to expand the service...
Renren Flurry

China's Renren Games has formed a partnership with US mobile analytics firm Flurry to provide analytics and monetisation services to Chinese mobile game developers on Renren Games’ publishing platform. The new...

Capcom will consolidate its U.S. and Japanese smartphone game businesses, with the aim of helping the company develop hit titles according to a report from Nikkei Asian Review. The Osaka-based company will...
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Japanese Fuji Television Network has acquired an interest in Niantic, the U.S. company behind the popular augmented-reality game Ingress, as it seeks to create attractive content amid shrinking TV viewership in Japan. The...

Leading mobile app data and insights intelligence platform App Annie has announced that it closed US$ 63 million in total financing, with majority equity investment led by Greenspring Associates and additional participation...
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Gaming is considered one of the pillars of the Internet economy along with e-commerce, but India hasn't achieved its full potential. While smartphone companies are expecting a big jump in the number...
Sega Sonic

Sega has announced the company's mobile line-up for the fall/winter and early next year, which will include iOS and Android versions of previously released Sonic console titles, as well as new...
Sega, Gumi

Sega Networks and Japanese mobile game publisher Gumi have announced a partnership to distribute Sega's domestic smartphone titles overseas. “Sega Networks provides some of the most enjoyable and well-known entertainment experiences to...

In November the Global Mobile Game Confederation (GMGC) host their next event in China (Chengdu), the Mobile Game Developers Conference. IGA.biz spoke with one of the main business driver behind GMGC,...

Thirty-one mobile gaming apps will be pulled out by Konami in Japan on September 10.  These titles will be removed from the Apple online store because of compatibility issues.  Konami had...
JP Mobile Gamers

Smartphone gamers in Japan can’t seem to get enough of their favorite mobile gaming apps. Their daily gaming habit is helping push monthly spending, and revenues for the country’s gaming companies,...

Tencent QQ is entering the augmented reality (AR) arena, triggering a trend among QQ users in China who have started to play a game called "Experience AR by Passing the QQ...

China is set to receive their own free-to-play version of Sega's Football Manager Online.The title is currently being developed by the series creators, Sports Interactive in partnership with DaLe Games. Sports...

Cheetah Mobile Inc. announced it has entered into a new strategic cooperation agreement with Shenzhen Tencent Computer Systems Company Limited (Tencent Shenzhen), a subsidiary of Tencent Holdings Limited (Tencent), for the two-year...

China’s mobile gaming market may triple in size within three years, which could push the value of shares in market-leader Tencent Holdings to record highs, according to analysts. The overall internet games...

Hundreds of game developers from China and Indonesia gathered at the Century Park Hotel, Jakarta yesterday, for an annual event to discuss the future of Indonesia’s gaming industry. The event was...
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Singapore-headquartered group iCandy Interactive, the first mobile games studio in Southeast Asia to go to stock market, has since seen its revenue increase dramatically, thanks to Crab War. This newly launched...

flaregames, a Germandeveloper and publisher of F2P mobile games, has today announced that Dawn of Steel, its deeply tactical strategy game for smartphones and tablets, will be published in mainland China...

TechCrunch' s Sheji Ho thinks that innovation and disruption in mobile will be coming out of Southeast Asia far faster than other regions, such as the U.S., China and Japan, as expected. He...