Shenzhen-based iDreamsky, a game developer and publisher, is on track to become the largest mobile game publishing platform in China, said the company's senior executive on Friday.
Mar 28, 2014
China's mobile game market is thriving. Trouble is, it's typically a complex market for Western developers to tackle.
Dec 31, 2013
Getting China’s smartphone owners to play mobile games is as easy as getting a horse to water, but getting them to drink up in-app purchases is tough. It’s also a market where it’s tough to fight off game pirates, cloners, and navigate the labyrinth of alternative app stores.
Nov 28, 2013
On November 20, Beijing Standard Time, Halfbrick CMO Phil Larsen announced that the company will soon release the new customized Chinese version of Fruit Ninja .
Nov 20, 2013
China's leading mobile game publisher iDreamsky took part in the G-STAR Global Game Exhibition recently held in South Korea. At the event, Jeff Lyndon, co-founder and executive vice president of iDreamsky, was the only Chinese mobile game corporate executive invited to share his experience with his global peers concerning the release, management and promotion of mobile games localized for the Chinese market.
Nov 15, 2013
The Chinese mobile games market is changing fast - and one person who's well placed to comment on those changes is Jeff Lyndon.
Jul 29, 2013
MOBILE GAMES CONTINUE TO PROVE FINANCIAL ATTRACTIVE FOR GAME INDUSTRY
May 15, 2013
China now has more active iOS and Android devices than the U.S., up from about 40-50 million in circulation the last time I visited in late 2011. What that means is local entrepreneurs can finally build real, scalable mobile software businesses.
May 12, 2013