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  1. [...] AdChina, Lumos Labs, and AllReach Media. Two of Tim’s big investments were Ngmoco, which was acquired by DeNA for up to $403 million, and Playdom, acquired by Disney for up to $763.2 [...]

  2. [...] founder of ngmoco talks VC value add ngmoco was a hugely successful mobile games business that exited last year for $400m and in the entertaining video below Neil Young the founder and CEO talks about some of what he [...]

  3. [...] the potential is there. That is why DeNA, benefiting from its strong base in Japan, was able to buy Ngmoco for $403 million. That seemed like an extravagant price to pay for Ngmoco, but DeNA saw a chance to become a [...]

  4. [...] the potential is there. That is why DeNA, benefiting from its strong base in Japan, was able to buy Ngmoco for $403 million. That seemed like an extravagant price to pay for Ngmoco, but DeNA saw a chance to become a [...]

  5. [...] the potential is there. That is why DeNA, benefiting from its strong base in Japan, was able to buy Ngmoco for $403 million. That seemed like an extravagant price to pay for Ngmoco, but DeNA saw a chance to become a [...]

  6. [...] an officer at DeNA, did a fireside chat with the Wall Street Journal’s Yukari Iwatani Kane. DeNA bought Ngmoco for up to $403 million last year as part of a global expansion from Japan to the West. Young is [...]

  7. [...] officer during DeNA, did a fireside discuss with the Wall Street Journal’s Yukari Iwatani Kane. DeNA bought Ngmoco for adult to $403 million final year as partial of a tellurian enlargement from Japan to [...]

  8. [...] the potential is there. That is why DeNA, benefiting from its strong base in Japan, was able to buy Ngmoco for $403 million. That seemed like an extravagant price to pay for Ngmoco, but DeNA saw a chance to become a [...]

  9. [...] Chang made a name for himself as a member of the Forbes Midas List of top 100 venture capitalists last spring, mainly for his investments in Playdom, which sold to Disney for up to $763 million, and Ngmoco, which sold to DeNA for as much as $403 million. [...]

  10. [...] their big new social platform. Japan’s DeNA bought San Francisco-based Ngmoco in 2010 for as much as $403 million. Neil Young (pictured), head of Ngmoco, predicts that the mobile social game market will produce [...]

  11. [...] their big new social platform. Japan’s DeNA bought San Francisco-based Ngmoco in 2010 for as much as $403 million. Neil Young (pictured), head of Ngmoco, predicts that the mobile social game market will produce [...]

  12. [...] their big new social platform. Japan’s DeNA bought San Francisco-based Ngmoco in 2010 for as much as $403 million. Neil Young (pictured), head of Ngmoco, predicts that the mobile social game market will produce [...]

  13. [...] addition to being two of the largest social games companies in Japan, Gree and DeNA, which is the parent company of San Francisco-based social games company ngmoco, are both preparing to launch major mobile gaming social networks worldwide, as [...]

  14. [...] addition to being two of the largest social games companies in Japan, Gree and DeNA, which is the parent company of San Francisco-based social games company Ngmoco, are both preparing to launch major mobile gaming social networks worldwide, as [...]

  15. [...] addition to being two of the largest social games companies in Japan, Gree and DeNA, which is the parent company of San Francisco-based social games company Ngmoco, are both preparing to launch major mobile gaming social networks worldwide, as [...]

  16. [...] Japanese based Dena bought NgMoco for $403M [...]

  17. [...] attention when it purchased US iPhone development specialist Ngmoco for $400 million last year, as Venture Beat reported at the [...]

  18. [...] attention when it purchased US iPhone development specialist Ngmoco for $400 million last year, as Venture Beat reported at the [...]

  19. [...] Young sold his San Francisco startup Ngmoco to Japan’s DeNA for $403 million in the fall of 2010. And that was just the beginning of Young and DeNA’s quest to create a multibillion-dollar [...]

  20. [...] Young sold his San Francisco startup Ngmoco to Japan’s DeNA for $403 million in the fall of 2010. And that was just the beginning of Young and DeNA’s quest to create a multibillion-dollar [...]

  21. [...] Young sold his San Francisco startup Ngmoco to Japan’s DeNA for $403 million in the fall of 2010. And that was just the beginning of Young and DeNA’s quest to create a multibillion-dollar [...]

  22. [...] Japanese companies, have made sizable purchases in the US to crack the North American market ( ngmoco & OpenFeint respectively).  It remains to be seen whether they will have success; DeNA [...]

  23. [...] picked up US-based Ngmoco, the iPhone game publisher, in 2011 in a $400 million deal that established a beach head for the firm in the US. DeNA’s iOS games have been [...]

  24. [...] particularly since he sold his San Francisco startup Ngmoco a couple of years ago to Japan’s DeNA for $403 million. Now he is leading DeNA-Ngmoco’s expansion as it tries to become a worldwide entertainment [...]

  25. [...] -DeNA is buying Ngmoco for up to $400 million in cash(http://venturebeat.com/2010/10/12/japans-dena-buys-iphone-game-publisher-ngmoco-for-up-to-400m/) -GREE Buys Mobile Social Gaming Platform OpenFeint For $104 Million In [...]

  26. [...] company. That’s a big change for the organization, since DeNA acquired Ngmoco for more than $403 million in the fall of 2010 as part of its plan to move into the U.S. [...]

  27. [...] company. That’s a big change for the organization, since DeNA acquired Ngmoco for more than $403 million in the fall of 2010 as part of its plan to move into the U.S. [...]

  28. [...] relationship. The company is steadily amassing an impressive stable of game publishers. In 2010, it bought up Ngmoco in a deal worth as much as $400 [...]

  29. [...] relationship. The company is steadily amassing an impressive stable of game publishers. In 2010, it bought up Ngmoco in a deal worth as much as $400 [...]

  30. […] last startup was a big success, as Japan’sDeNA bought Ngmoco in October 2010 for around $400 million. Young stayed on for a time and helped the company succeed […]

  31. […] last startup was a big success, as Japan’sDeNA bought Ngmoco in October 2010 for around $400 million. Young stayed on for a time and helped the company succeed […]

  32. […] last startup was a big success, as Japan’sDeNA bought Ngmoco in October 2010 for around $400 million. Young stayed on for a time and helped the company succeed […]

  33. […] last startup was a big success, as Japan’sDeNA bought Ngmoco in October 2010 for around $400 million. Young stayed on for a time and helped the company succeed […]

  34. […] last startup was a big success, as Japan’sDeNA bought Ngmoco in October 2010 for around $400 million. Young stayed on for a time and helped the company succeed […]

  35. […] last startup was a big success, as Japan’sDeNA bought Ngmoco in October 2010 for around $400 million. Young stayed on for a time and helped the company succeed […]

  36. […] final startup was a large success, as Japan’sDeNA bought Ngmoco in Oct 2010 for around $400 million. Young stayed on for a time and helped a association attain in […]

  37. […] last startup was a big success, as Japan’sDeNA bought Ngmoco in October 2010 for around $400 million. Young stayed on for a time and helped the company succeed […]

  38. […] last startup was a big success, as Japan’sDeNA bought Ngmoco in October 2010 for around $400 million. Young stayed on for a time and helped the company succeed […]

  39. […] ultimate startup was once an important success, as Japan’sDeNA offered Ngmoco in October 2010 for around $ 400 million. younger stayed on for a time and helped the corporate […]

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