Jordanian mobile-game publisher, Tamatem Games, sets foot into the Chinese gaming market after $5 million dollars investment from Chinese investment firm MSA Novo.
The Jordanian company has published over 50 games including: VIP Baloot, Fashion Queen, and Clash of Clans, and has over seven million monthly active users.
This strategic partnership not only means that Tamatem Games’s published mobile games will be presented in China, but Chinese games will also be edited to fit Arabic-speaking countries.
“We will work with Tamatem to forge strategic partnerships with gaming majors to accelerate the company’s development work, as well as attract top franchises to the region for localization and optimization,” said Ben Harburg, Managing Partner of MSA Novo.
This aligns with Tamatem Game’s objective of expansion into new foreign markets and widening their product portfolio.
“This partnership is a great testament to the massive potential of the MENA mobile games market,” said Hussan Hammo, CEO and founder of Tamatem Games.
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