Linekong Interactive to open its first US office

Linekong Interactive to open its first US office

Chinese mobile gaming company Linekong Interactive is planning to invest $20 million in a new subsidiary in North America. US subsidiary will

Chinese mobile gaming company Linekong Interactive is planning to invest $20 million in a new subsidiary in North America.

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US subsidiary will be based in Burlingame, California and the company has already hired 25 employees.

A lot of Chinese companies headed to the U.S. in 2015. They are still coming. But I think it will pause for a while because the game market in Asia has cooled a bit. I do believe they will come to the West and take the business more seriously. The early companies learned a lot. But those that are 100 percent dedicated are the ones that we will see in the next wave.

Roy Liu, general manager of Linekong US

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We are really thinking about expanding to the global markets, not only by having a team here but also doing the R&D to create the content for the global market. The $20 million will be for us to build a team in the Bay Area, but also to work with other partners.

We are really thinking about expanding to the global markets, not only by having a team here but also doing the R&D to create the content for the global market. The $20 million will be for us to build a team in the Bay Area, but also to work with other partners.

Roy Liu, general manager of Linekong US

Linekong was founded in 2007. It’s main releases include such games as Bad Jokes, Excalibur, Empresses in the Palace, Blade Of God, Sword Of Heaven, Daybreak and many other games.

source: venturebeat.com

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