Forgame Participates in GMGC and Debuts Four Mobile Games

Publish Date:2015-04-22 source:Forgame

(Beijing, 23 April 2015) – The Global Mobile Game Congress 2015 (“GMGC”) organised by Global Mobile Game Confederation, China’s most influential mobile game conference, is to be held on 23-25 April 2015 at China National Convention Center. Forgame Holdings Limited (“Forgame”), a leading developer and publisher of cloud-based games in China, participates in this congress as an exhibitor for the first time. Under the theme of "Adaptation, Integration, Connection and Future" this year, collaborative establishment of the global mobile game ecosystem will be discussed between Forgame and business partners.
Being a major partner with GMGC, Forgame is about to display four mobile games during the event, including “Boonie Bears: Homeland Defense 2” (熊出没之保卫家园2) adapted from “Boonie Bears” (熊出沒) TV series, a cultivation matching game “ZOO PARTY” (tentatively named), a fashion dress-up game and “Ghost Blows Out the Light” (鬼吹灯) adapted from a popular online novel of the same name. “Ghost Blows Out the Light” is to be developed by Ling Long Studio from Guangzhou Feiyin, a member of Forgame group. The team is empowered by its strong technological capability and extensive development experience, thus assuring high quality.
Forgame has remained committed to its operation philosophy of becoming a world leading cloud-based game company and enabling millions of users to enjoy games anytime and anywhere. Forgame strives to pursue the best quality of every product, so as to provide the superior game experience for its users. Forgame has become a leading developer and publisher of games in China and is expected to further gain the recognition and trust from business partners both domestic and overseas in the future.
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About Forgame Holdings Limited (stock code: 484)
Established in 2009 and listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on 3 October 2013, Forgame Holdings Limited is a leading developer and publisher of webgames in China with a fast-growing mobile games business. As of 31 December 2014, the company had 40 self-developed webgames and 13 mobile games in operation. Its game publishing platform 91wan has distributed over 90 self-developed and licensed webgames and attracted over 222 million registered players. 

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