Games Industry veteran launches Chunky Pig Digital Marketing

Chunky Pig, a digital marketing company, with a focus on the games industry, officially launched in the UK and Canada today.

Fronted by games business veteran, Nick Malaperiman, Chunky Pig manages product launches in the lucrative North American games market, covering IOS, Android, Windows and console games.

Nick has been in the video game business for 20 years, with roles in PR, Production and Marketing at Electronic Arts; Head of Content marketing at Nokia, and most recently as Managing director for games start up, Yummi Media for their Chinese operations.

“With 100s of game launches across PC, Console, Mobile and Social under our belt, Chunky Pig has the expertise to support content companies keen to launch in the US and Canada – whether established franchises on console or innovative games for IOS, Windows and Android”

Chunky Pig specializes in managing every aspect of the marketing life-cycle, from cheeky guerilla tactics through social awareness and media presence to full blown campaigns with a focus on acquisition, retention and sustenance.

The company also prides itself on building smart co-marketing campaigns; made easy through the massive network of partners that Chunky Pig has created, through many years of dealing with the world’s biggest brands across multiple channels.

Chunky Pig

Chunky Pig was founded by Nick Malaperiman, and is based in Vancouver, BC, Canada.  With a small local team the group expands it services through its network of partners based in London, San Francisco and Helsinki .

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