BEIJING — (BUSINESS WIRE) — July 14, 2010 — Recently, China Game Outsourcing Conference (CGOC) has received many inquiries and attentions from overseas game companies. The team of outsourcer and outsourcee grows larger and stronger, and the plentiful projects offered by outsourcers and detailed service provided by outsourcees gives all the companies attending CGOC business matching an international and polynary stage to exchange ideas and abundant choice to consider. Now, CGOC have welcomed an outsourcee delegation of nine game develop and service companies from Australia, organized by Multimedia Victoria. The services providing by them include online/mobile/TV game development, Audio solution, CG and art design, game creativity, and marketing service etc.
Studio Moshi is an innovative creative team developing character driven entertainment for Console, TV, Online and Mobile based in Australia. Founded in 2004, Studio Moshi is based in Melbourne and is an award-winning content development studio responsible for original IP and design, having worked with large international brands including M&Ms, PIXAR, XBox, Disney and Nickelodeon.
Studio Moshi develops original mobile (IP) titles developed and launched on Verizon (USA). Studio Moshi owns the El Mariachi IP, trademark and playable game demo with the vision and drive to establish this exciting new franchise as a downloadable title on XBLA, PSN, WiiWare, iPhone and iPad amongst other platforms.
The studio is currently developing multiple TV series with international partners and is in early pre-production of an animated feature film with digital extensions such as iPhone Studio. Moshi is actively seeking partnerships in game development for multiple platforms, 2D and 3D animation and related services both on their own titles and partner titles. Website: studiomoshi.com
As one of the three grand events attached to ChinaJoy, CGOC will be held from July 31 to August 1 at Shanghai International Convention Center. CGOC 2010 is the first and the number one professional event concerning game outsourcing held in China. As the key part of CGOC 2010, the Business Matching Day provides an opportunity for both the outsourcers and outsourcees to communicate and share technical and managerial experience with each other, making sure both sides can reach agreements on cooperation. The two-day event, on the one hand, enables both sides to discuss topics such as outsourcing project management, mutual needs and outsourcing procedures. On the other hand, it also aims to benefit all participants by facilitating substantial business cooperation between outsourcers and outsourcees.
Application for CGOC Business Matching Day/ for CGOC conference pass/ for CGOC Brilliant Night Business Party: http://www.chinagoc.com.cn/upload/2010/CGOC_Application_EN.pdf
The eye-catching global event of World Expo 2010 is being held in Shanghai, which attracts the presence of guests from all around the world. The General Assembly of China Game Business Conference (CGBC), China Game Developers Conference (CGDC) and the China Game Outsourcing Conference (CGOC) will be launched from July, 28th to Aug, 1st at the Shanghai International Convention Center, it is certain that these events will bring about worldwide participation within the gaming industry, therefore to promote and enhance the function of the platform as the “communication center” for the technology & business activities between China and the other countries.
The first China Game Outsourcing Conference (CGOC), co-organized by Howell International Trade Fair Ltd. and Shanghai Multimedia Industry Association, will take place at Shanghai International Conference Center simultaneously with ChinaJoy 2010. With an aim to provide a platform for the Chinese game outsourcing Industry to communicate and exchange nationally and internationally, the first CGOC is composed of seminars and business negotiations. The conference will not only provide an opportunity to share experience but also facilitate a direct communication between the outsourcing suppliers and buyers, which will practically promote the development of the game outsourcing industry. CGOC will become another major industry event following CGBC (China Game Business Conference) and CGDC (China Game Developers Conference).
Shanghai Multimedia Industry Association (SMIA) is one of the 12 associations in Shanghai established after China joined WTO. It’s a non-profit social organization, united by corporations and individuals which are engaged in the multimedia industry. Up to now, SMIA owns over 250 corporation members focusing on animation, game, digital film, digital exhibition, digital publishing, E-learning and other relevant industries. SMIA has set up a broad network with associations and organizations of more than 10 different countries and maintained a close relationship with organizations, governments, media and corporations in China.
Our Mission is to serve our members, facilitate the industry and assist the government. Through conducting activities and setting up public platform, we help members promote their products and services so as to improve their competition ability in domestic and overseas market.
Our Role is a bridge between government and companies, between companies and companies, between Shanghai and other cities, between China and overseas countries, through providing information and business opportunities. We regulate related issues by building a better environment for multimedia industry. We take full advantage of all resources and preach multimedia application and technology on all levels so as to make government and media as well as common people recognize the importance of multimedia industry and increase their knowledge of multimedia.
Howell International is one of the leading event planning experts in China with over 12 years’ experience managing and operating exhibitions and conferences. It is the creator and organizer of the world’s largest digital entertainment event – ChinaJoy; it also independently runs and manages the China Game Business Conference (CGBC), China Game Developers Conference (CGDC), China Game Outsourcing Conference(CGOC), Golden Plume Game Awards, China Game Developers Awards (CGDA), China Cosplay Championship (C3), and the China E-Sport National Competition. Howell has earned a high reputation within the game industry in China through its premium services to the global entertainment industry. Its clients include Microsoft, Intel, AMD, nVidia, Epic, Crytek, Electronic Art, SCEI, Blizzard, NCsoft etc.
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