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Social gaming powerhouse Gree has revealed plans to offload 11 per cent of its 1,762-person strong global workforce.
A host of Japanese mobile developers led by Sega have reportedly banded together to create a cross-promotional network.
I couldn't help but view the news that Japanese games giant GREE was to sharply close its UK studio as darkly ironic.
Japanese mobile games firm GREE will pull out of the UK as it restructures its business across Europe.
Apple’s iOS development platform has seen revenues increase four-fold over the past 12 months, Japanese gaming content and platform provider GREE has said.
Social games giant GREE has been named as the co-sponsor of Japan’s bid to host the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
GREE is keen to conquer the UK, the leading mobile and social games firm told MCV.
Gree has said it is sorry for its handling of the closure of OpenFeint and for putting developers in what it admitted was a tough situation.
OpenFeint, the first real equivalent of Xbox Live on smartphone, is to be closed on December 14th.
People don’t want to pay for games.
GREE has announced the signing of four additional North America-based indie devlopers for its mobile games platform.
Most games publishers are dipping their toe in the tempting waters of free-to-play gaming, but Ubisoft is diving in with both feet.
Social and mobile games publisher Gree has revealed partnerships with a handful of North American-based independent developers.
George Osborne has hailed the UK's video games legacy - and what that means for Britain's potential as a technology hub.
The new Tech City games studio from GREE will be geared towards Western content and local social trends.
UK chancellor George Osborne will later today announce that mobile games giant GREE will open a UK studio in London
US trade body ESA has seen its members grow to 34 with the additional of GREE, MadCatz and NetDragon Websoft
Perpetually growing mobile games company Gree has unveiled plans for a new studio located in Vancouver.
Mobile games giant GREE will make its Gamescom debut when the games show returns in August.
A war has erupted in the mobile games space, with two Japanese giants hoping to buy their way into the hearts of Western gamers.
It may not be a big name in the West, but GREE has ambitions to one day open E3 with its own press conference.
The latest issue of MCV is now available digitally, and it features perhaps David Yarnton's final interview as Nintendo's UK boss, plus more charts and data than ever before.
GREE continues its outreach to new developer partners: an open beta for its mobile social gaming platform SDK has today launched.
London media group Mind Candy has struck a deal that allows mobile giant Gree to co-develop and operate a smartphone edition of the Moshi monsters games.