Travis Ho from Autumn Interactive signed a deal with Jack Ho, founder and CEO of ZPLAY Beijing Information Technology, at this year ChinaJoy to create 秋战3 for the Chinese market. This is in response to overwhelming interest in their iOS best-seller, Autumn Dynasty. The deal involves creating an original IP titled Autumn 3K, where the gameplay has been modified and localized for the Chinese gamers.
Founded in 2010, ZPLAY (Beijing) Information Technologies Co., Ltd has been focusing on mobile game development and publishing. In the principle of worldwide integration and all-area development, ZPLAY has always been devoted to providing professional publishing and operation service for mobile game developers. By far, ZPLAY has successfully provided game distribution and operation service for mobile game developers based on unique vision, powerful distribution channels and special operation management. We have published nearly mobile games across over 30 regions abroad with 300 million users worldwide, becoming the leading mobile game publisher in China.
Christopher Chia is the CEO of Crimson Games. He signed a PC turn-based MMO-SLG with a Chinese company, Shanghai Boyojoy Network Technology Co Ltd. The game is called Pirate Crusader and the Game License Agreement is for South-East Asia and also some European countries. Regarding the annual revenue through the licensing and publishing deal with Shanghai Boyojoy, Crimson Games estimates that the deal will gain for us an annual revenue of around US3.6 million with a total of 8.6 million registered users.