Signia Venture Partners is raising a $100 million fund. It was formed by Playdom Inc founder Rick Thompson– who sold his company to Disney for $763.2 million in 2010– and fellow tech industry veterans
With 450 people at its U.S. headquarters, Japan’s Gree is chasing after the giant mobile game.
Editor’s Pick The game industry set a new record for the money spent on acquisitions, but the number of deals dropped.
The co-founder of Playdom is funding game companies; he thinks Zynga’s chief executive ought to give up his supervoting rights.
Technology matters, but so does chronology. Disruption is happening in games, but at what pace?
Gree grew its Q2 revenues by 38 percent over Q1 in North America.
The definition of a game publisher has become confusing, and the ultimate answer this is important for developers.
Editor’s Pick Japan’s Gree flexed its muscle by showing off 21 mobile social games at E3.
Funzio has had a couple of big hits on Facebook and the iPhone with Crime City and Modern War. But now it is spreading out by launching its new game Kingdom Age as an exclusive on Google+ and taking Crime City to Android.
When a game shoots to the top of the Top Grossing list in Apple’s App Store, that’s probably a sign that it’s a good game. But it also shows that the company did something right in getting the game discovered.