With US$25 million in the bank, this Silicon Valley startup is eyeing Asia's lucrative mobile gaming markets.
Track the rise of the next Rovio or Supercell in Asia. Trace the development of the top publishers, developers, and startups as they try to claim their share of a vast, multi-billion-dollar industry.
India was once thought to be a desert for making money off of games. A few have managed to crack the formula.
It’s no secret that being a teenager can be a harrowing experience. Your hormones are on the fritz, everyone else seems to be cooler than you, your self-esteem ...
Dodge trucks and Bajajas like a pro while bringing your passenger to their destination in one piece.
A closer look at the demographics of Singapore's casual game market. Which are the types of games being played, and which are the peak periods?
Toge Productions already released their latest PC hit, Infectonator: Survivors, to Steam. But they are bringing this game to Kickstarter now.
Just in time for Halloween comes another entry in everybody's favorite Indonesian indie horror game franchise.
Nintendo and DeNA stock were down 10 and 15 percent, respectively, after Nintendo’s president unveiled their first mobile game.
Nintendo is going mobile. But it's 2015: isn't it too late for the Japanese gaming giant to jump on the mobile gaming bandwagon?
More and more players are entering the mobile payments space in Southeast Asia yet most consumers aren’t biting. That’s about to change.
The mobile game studio sees a huge opportunity in the region.
In my previous article I was looking into two big gaming markets, the United States and India. Turns out that the casual gamers are very different between these...
Lyto hit the nerve of Indonesia's online gamers when it published Ragnarok Online in 2003. Today, Lyto is facing a much more competitive market.
Run Run Super V is a 2D action game that allows players to form their own ranger squadron and battle with evil forces.
GameXS gets funded after a rise in traction, aims to make gaming more affordable and accessible.
Tokyo-based startup Beatrobo made a splash at this year’s Tokyo Game Show with a playable demo for its plug-in physical game cartridges.