The games podcast is back, a small break and re-energyzed. Look and feel of the site has changed, better hosting, fresh new logo, new intro and outr music. So I hope you like it!
Today two territories; India and the MENA. I have chat with Tim and Rahul are talking about the regions, their companies and lots about gaming what you should know.
Cris Reed is talking about Joe Rogan and his opinion about gaming & addiction. Check out what Cris what writing on linkedin!
Also I did start to work with Sergei and Anton on their project InvestGame.net. They keep track of all financials in and around gaming. Do check out the site if you want more financial information.
This episode you can listen on spotify here and youtube here!
So more information about the gaming companies that are featured in today's episode.
Founded by New York University alumni Trivikraman Thampy and Bhavin Pandya in 2006, Games24x7 is one of India’s leading gaming companies with a full-stack portfolio of Skill Games and Casual Games including RummyCircle and My11Circle.
Backed by the marquee firm Tiger Global and a host of investment entities from the US, Games24x7 continues to expand its stronghold in the Indian gaming industry, while diversifying and investing in other technology opportunities and expanding its gaming business to the international gaming markets. With a 450 strong team, Games24x7 has offices in Mumbai, Bengaluru, and Miami.
By leveraging technology, product innovation, data science, and experience, Games24x7 aims to become a 21st-century scientific gaming company: built out of India for the world.
Visit www.games24x7.com for more information.
Tamatem is the leading mobile games publisher in the MENA market. Tamatem’s HQ is in Amman, Jordan.
The company works hand-in-hand with international studios and developers, to localize and make their games culturally relevant for the Arab gamer. They are entirely focused on serving Arab smartphone users with games tailored for the language and culture of the region.
Their experience is in localization, user acquisition, distribution, cross-promotion, monetization, community, support and whales management can help get your game on the top of charts, increase revenue and ensure its success in the Arabic market. Whether you are looking to publish a newly successful international game or trying to revive an old hit title, Tamatem is your best partner in the MENA region.
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