China has a ton of mobile gamers, but its much smaller PC crowd are still mostly the ones forking out the dough.
Are you an indie game dev with a great game but little reach? NetEase wants to help out, and they won't even take a cut of equity in your company to do it.
Influential Filipino stars Anne Curtis, Erwan Heussaff, Kim Atienza, and Isabelle Daza have formed a gaming startup together with technology company Xurpas.
The round was led by Gree and followed by 500 Startups. CEO Anton Soeharyo looks to grow the team and pump out more games.
Beijing-based VC firm Keytone Ventures, which joined Innospark's series B round, will help the indie dev reach further into the lucrative Chinese market.
Edsix Brain Lab’s games strengthen cognitive skills for critical thinking, learning agility, and increase attention span.
Tappy, a location-based chat app out of Vietnam has just been acquired by gaming platform Weeby.co for an undisclosed sum.
As big data proves increasingly invaluable to startups, App Annie continues to develop powerful analytics tools for mobile app developers.
Entrepreneurs Ata Kirmani and Anas Riasat want to venture where no one has before.
The Chinese version of the Xbox One is getting a price drop, but will it be enough to turn flagging sales around?
A life-changing accident inspired this developer’s first hit game. Dolphins are inspiring his second
The upcoming game, Plunge Free Dive, is designed to highlight the plight of New Zealand's Maui’s dolphin, a rare subspecies that’s critically endangered.
In 2016, China is expected to blow past the US for the first time , hitting US$7.7 billion in mobile gaming revenues to become the top market for mobile games.
The company is moving further towards becoming a one-stop shop for games publishing.
Mobile games company’s IPO is expected to be completed by end of June.
The funding will be used for building games around Indian IPs and also user-acquisition focused campaigns for Star Chef.
Startups targeting the mobile gaming market were some of the earliest examples of new tech-based disruptive businesses. Now they’re looking to consolidate.
The Hong Kong based startup makes money by selling virtual goods on its girly games.