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Vision Engine firm opens door on new facility following KGC 2010

Trinigy opens Korean office

Trinigy has opened a new sales and support office in Korea, in an action the firm states has occurred in order to meet growing demand for the Vision Engine in Asia.

The opening took place immediately following the Korean Games Conference 2010.

Given our history of supporting PC and console games, the Vision Engine is ideally suited to meet the needs of MMO developers in Asia, and more specifically Korea,” said Trinigy GM Felix Roeken.

“So to better service our growing customer base in that region, we have opened a dedicated sales and support office in Seoul. We are extremely grateful to the Korean Games Conference for giving us the opportunity to showcase our technology to the Korean market in such grand fashion.”

Seung Hun Lee, chief organiser of the KGC, was keen to impress his pleasure with his recent involvement with Trinigy.

“We were honored to have Trinigy keynote and sponsor the Korean Games Conference,” he said.

“For the last several months, Trinigy has been gaining steam in our market, and now I understand why – the company and its Vision Engine really impressed the organisers and attendees. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial partnership with Trinigy in Korea.”

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