Japanese video game giant SEGA is making its foray into global mobile games publishing through its investments in homegrown start-up goGame. SEGA Networks, the mobile games division of SEGA, together with Japan’s leading early-stage venture capitalist Incubate Fund are the initial investors in four-month old goGame.
I am lucky to be invited for a media tour at their office located at Pixel Red. During the tour, David Ng, Founder and CEO of goGame, has shared with us his corporate life and how he has founded goGame. He has also shared the importance of goGame’s role in filling up the missing gaps of the global gaming industry.
“It’s not enough to just make a good mobile game. Success requires marketing, analytics, customer management, customer acquisition, localisation and many other essential but laborious processes to be in place which can be very daunting for new game makers.”
David Ng, CEO of goGame
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