SOURCEBOOK: Keywords profile

Our series of profiles of leading games service and creative firms continues with Keywords International.

Keywords International

Sector:Localisation, QA and Testing
Year Established:1998
Number of employees:500


(Canada) Keywords International Corporation Inc.
410 St-Nicolas, Suite 600
Montral, QC
H2Y 2P5
Phone: +1 514 789 04 04

(USA) Keywords International Inc.
Plaza Center
10900 NE 8th Street, Suite 1000
Bellevue, Seattle, WA 98004
Phone: +1 425 633 3226

(Japan) Keywords International Co., Ltd.
2F Toshin Building
4-33-10 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku
Tokyo 151-0053
Phone: +81 3 4588 6760

(Italy) Keywords Italia Srl
Viale delle Province 2
00162 Rome
Phone: +39 06 44 20 25 21

(Ireland) Keywords International Ltd
Whelan House
South County Business Park
Dublin 18

Key contacts:

Andrew Day –
Paul Vigneron –
Clment Dbetz –
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Keywords International is a leading video game globalization company with studios in Montreal, Seattle, Tokyo, Rome and Dublin. Working on a worldwide basis, we provide a range of linguistic, QA, audio and multilingual customer support services to video game developers and publishers alike.

Keywords is focused 100% on video games. Our experience and dedication to this field allows us to provide our clients with games that connect to their core audience, no matter what language they speak. With offices on 3 continents, there are points of contact ready to speak with our clients during all global business hours.

Keywords International is featured in Sourcebook, the essential guide to service firms and creative agencies in the games industry.

This year’s edition of Sourcebook, the essential guide to agencies and service companies working in games, technology and entertainment,is out now.A digital copy of the Sourcebook is available online Or you can view the book via theMCV iPad app, orread it online here.

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