The 10th IMGA Announces Sponsors
Marseille, France—Wednesday, March 12, 2014— The IMGA has announced today the sponsors for this year’s International Mobile Gaming Awards’ 10th Anniversary. Celebrating 10 years as the exclusive award show dedicated to only mobile games on every platform, the IMGA is proud to collaborate with 10 unique companies:
ARM, the leading semiconductor intellectual property (IP) supplier has shown their commitment to the growth and development of the mobile gaming industry by being a sponsor of the IMGA for the last 6 years. ARM designs are at the heart of many of the digital electronic products sold all over the world.
DeNA is a global leader of developing and operating mobile services including free-to-play games, the Mobage social games platform, e-commerce, and other online offerings.
Euroméditerranée, the largest urban renovation and economic development operation in the South of Europe, is the founding sponsor for the IMGA. Thanks to Euroméditerranée the IMGA had another successful, well-organized jury session, giving the jury members from around the world an excellent introduction to the city of Marseille.
Goo Technologies is a pioneering web technology company based in Stockholm, Sweden. Goo’s vision is a world where all digital experiences are available instantly on all devices, everywhere. The IMGA will announce more about the collaboration with Goo in the near future.
King, the leading interactive entertainment company for the mobile world, with more than 180 fun titles in 14 languages across web, social and mobile platforms. The IMGA is pleased to be in association with King once again this year.
Playground Publishing is an established 2nd generation games publisher with a focus on mobile and tablet gaming. It is their mission to build success by working with innovative game developers with a qualitative and quantitative data driven perspective.
PopAppStore, leader in fan products and online webstore for games offers all gaming companies a turnkey solution to generate fan product sales. It rewards fans and increases revenues, on a global scale. PopAppStore will provide prizes for the winners in the 10th IMGA.
Tencent, a leading internet company serving the largest online community in China, uses technology to enrich the lives of internet users. Tencent hopes to reach out to developers from around the world for wider distribution in China. As a sponsor in years past, IMGA is happy to be in affiliation with Tencent once again.
Worker Bee, a registered content provider (CP) with leading mobile carriers such as NTT DOCOMO, au/KDDI, SoftBank Mobile, WILLCOM and EMOBILE, act as the gateway for foreign CPs and developers to distribute their contents in the Japanese market. Working with the IMGA, Worker Bee intends to reach out to game developers who have great potential for the Japanese market.
Game Connection, the games industry meeting place, at which thousands of C-level key players will gather in San Francisco, March 17-19.
Since its inception in 2004, the IMGA has become the most prestigious international competition for mobile games. Over the past ten years the competition has awarded the most talented game developers in the world. With wide support from the industry and the press, the IMGA’s mission is to recognize and award quality and innovation in mobile games.