App Annie's index shows that September was a good month for several recent mergers in South Korean mobile games, and points to social apps as means for sustaine...
Asia’s mobile gaming market may be grabbing most of the headlines nowadays, but make no mistake: when it comes to gaming markets, PC gaming is still the king. I...
A small studio in Korea attempts to refresh tower offense games, by getting you to cover pizza with mold.
Samsung in can anticipate to be in troubled waters after Koreans show some love to Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus.
A teaser trailer was released for this upcoming Korean racing game. It doesn’t show much, but the concept art is… revealing.
Korean restaurant discovery app MangoPlate yesterday announced it secured an undisclosed series A round of funding from Softbank Ventures Korea.
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The company raised $1.4 million in seed funding from SoftBank Ventures early last year.
The ecommerce company has jumped into America as a springboard for the world stage.
A Korean developer wants to revive Minesweeper with all the bells and whistles of modern games.
No terms of the deal were disclosed. A Softbank spokesperson said it plans to bring DramaFever's video content to a larger global audience.
The Korean company becomes the latest in a line of companies expanding Southeast Asian reach.
The company claims to have a database of over 50,000 users now.
Former Codebrush developers have formed their own company, Fakedice, and their first project's Kickstarter is live.
Data for 2014's games industry M&A is available courtesy of Digi-Capital, while major moves in the US shaped the numbers, Asia is still booming.
Samsung today warned of an approximate 60 percent profit slump for its upcoming Q3 earnings report. Here's why the Korean giant is in trouble.
The newly merged firm, which will be called Daum-Kakao, will certainly give Korea’s other unicorn Naver a run for its money.
China’s Boya Life and Korea’s Sooam Biotech Research Foundation have created three pure-blooded Tibetan Mastiff puppies born to a surrogate mother.