Guangzhou Feiyin, a Subsidiary of Forgame, Awarded Forbes 2012 China's Most Potential Enterprises Top20

Publish Date:2012-01-31 source:Forgame

Guangzhou Feiyin, a subsidiary of Forgame, was awarded Forbes 2012 China's Most Potential Enterprises. As the only webgame company nominated for the award shows unquestionable affirmation of the company's results during recent years.
News was released on the company's official Weibo page, where the Group's co-president, Huang Kai, could not hold back his excitement and expressed his gratitude with a forward-looking statement, "the greater the results, the higher the responsibilities".
In recent years, webgames have been efficiently integrating fragmented time of game players in its unique ways especially when most of them are white collars, while there always is no lack of "potential stocks" in this growing webgame market.

Research was carried out by a selection for a total of over 10,000 small and medium-sized enterprises operating primary business in mainland China with annual sales in 2012 ranging from RMB5 million to RMB1 billion for the Forbes award. The ranking was made in accordance with growth potential, return, profitability indicators and scale indicators.

Focused on the development of webgames, Guangzhou Feiyin has successfully researched and developed various large webgames including Ming Dynasty, Tale of the Dragon Tomb, Soul Guardian I, Legend of Chaos and Soul Guardian II.

Within a few years, Guangzhou Feiyin has developed into a renowned domestic webgame developer and has extended its business throughout China and has been well received by players and foreign merchants from overseas markets such as Vietnam, South Korea, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Singapore, and Malaysia.