Malaysian Games Companies Presenting at Tokyo Game Show 2015
09/17/2015

To push Malaysia into the forefront of the Global Games Industry

Online PR News – 17-September-2015 – Kuala Lumpur – A trade mission of several top Malaysian companies in the games industry is making the trip from Kuala Lumpur to participate in the Tokyo Game Show September 17 - 20 at the Makuhari Convention Center.
Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) will be heading to Tokyo Game Show with their MSC Malaysia companies which include AppXplore, Lemon Sky, Spacepups, Streamline Studios, Streamframe and more. The booths of the Malaysian companies are located at the Tokyo Game Show Expo Floor at the Asia New Stars Area (hall 5).
“MDeC seeks to work with all manners of game development heroes to push Malaysia into the forefront of the Global Games Industry – first by going regional then onwards into the world! #MYGameOn – Malaysia Game On!" says Hasnul Hadi Samsudin, Director of the Creative Multimedia Devision at MDeC . “Our objective is to establish our position in the global marketplace as both a provider of quality game production and a producer of exciting games for multiple platforms“.
Streamline Studios is introducing its breakthrough new pipeline management platform, Streamframe. “We built Streamframe from the ground up in our Kuala Lumpur studios,” Stefan Baier, Chief Product Officer of Streamframe says. “Quite frankly, it would have been almost impossible to assemble this first-rate multi-cultural team anywhere else in the world.”

“It’s an important event for businesses in Asian games industry,” Frank Sliwka, CEO of International Business Media says. International Business Media is coordinating the marketing and communication for the Malaysian mission. Everyone gathers here,” Sliwka says. “Everyone involved in the Japanese game industry is here.”

About Multimedia Development Corporation(MDeC), MSC Malaysia and Digital Malaysia:

MDeC was incorporated in 1996 to strategically advise the Malaysian Government on legislation, policies and standards for ICT and multimedia operations as well as to oversee the development of the Malaysian Multimedia Super Corridor (now MSC Malaysia). MSC Malaysia became the platform to nurture the growth of Malaysian companies in the IT industry whilst attracting participation from global ICT companies to invest and develop cutting-edge digital and creative solutions in Malaysia.

In 2011, MDeC’s mandate was broadened by the Prime Minister to include driving Malaysia’s transition towards a developed digital economy by 2020 through Digital Malaysia. Founded on three strategic thrusts, Digital Malaysia is a natural progression to harness the building blocks already laid by MSC Malaysia. Digital Malaysia will drive generational change through its three-phase implementation which is set to take place between 2012 to 2020, 2021 to 2030, and 2031 to 2040 respectively.

Malaysia has set itself to be the regional and global hub for the creative content industry in the next four years. To help realise this goal, MDeC is also currently shifting more focus towards the games and digital comics sector as it is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. MDeC intends to grow the revenue derived from the games and digital comics sector which has tremendous potential for growth and can complement the other sectors within the creative multimedia industry.

Please visit www.mdec.my, www.mscmalaysia.my and www.digitalmalaysia.my for more information.