â??Advergamesâ?? studio shows support for growing industry association

Kempt Joins TIGA

Flash games developer and advergames specialist Kempt has become the newest member of the industry group TIGA.

Kempt also run two large game portals, Tinymania and KillerViral, and have developed a monitoring system to assess the success of advergames known as ‘memecounter’.

Company founder Chris Kempt spoke of the company’s reasons for joining TIGA, saying that he was very supportive of their work in instigating the first All Party Parliamentary Group for the industry.

“There are a lot of super talented, extremely creative web development teams in the UK, but in the main they are quite small and it is extremely hard to grow to the next level. TIGA provides much needed support for younger businesses and real practical advice to help them achieve commercial growth,” he added.

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