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  AggroStudios and MMO's for girls - The time is now
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03/11/2014
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Sunnyvale, CA - March 11, 2014 - AggroStudios and MMO’s for girls - The time is now.

AggroStudios, a leading European-based game development studio founded in 2009, is building an MMO RPG targeted to girls, a large yet underserved market thus far. According to the Entertainment Software Association, 45% of gamers are female, yet only a small percentage of games are developed with girls in mind. AggroStudios’s innovative MMO for girls is being designed to encourage the type of game play girls enjoy. It features characters with strong personalities, girl-geared graphics, rich visual customization, cooperative play, and an addictive and dynamic storyline.

As part of its recent entry the North American market, opening its first U.S. office in Sunnyvale, California in October of 2013, AggroStudios has brought on video game veteran Cameron Madani as its VP of Business Development. “It’s a great time to be part of AggroStudios at this point in their incredible growth. The team is exceptionally talented and I look forward to bringing their services to the North American market.  It’s an exciting time for the company,” says Madani.

AggroStudios has developed dozens of projects across all major platforms and has been involved behind the scenes in numerous successful development endeavors including playing a major role in providing games support services for City of Steam, which was awarded the 2013 “Best Online Browser Game” award at the Russian Game Development Conference.

AggroStudios’s end-to-end development expertise includes running game operations requiring technical and social expertise, deep localization of games, porting existing titles between platforms, full technical and artistic services and much more. Their team will be attending Game Development Conference in San Francisco in March. Meet them at GDC to discover more about the company’s world-class services.

Contact:

VP of Business Development

Cameron Madani

cameron.madani@aggrostudios.com

www.aggrostudios.com