Strategy First's continuous desire to build new relationships with companies overseas is what motivates the company to attend Milia again this year. It hopes to find new opportunities to bring exciting and diverse titles to the North American market, and at the same time promote its own titles in other territories worldwide.
"Milia is a great opportunity for us to meet with our many European and Asian partners. It also serves as the perfect venue to develop new relationships," said Steve Wall V.P Business Development for Strategy First. "Our goal is to become the gateway to the North American market for European companies. There is a tremendous amount of great product being created over there that never receives the exposure in the U.S that it deserves and we want to change that."
Strategy First celebrated a very successful year that saw the release of 18 titles, most of which have received notable recognition and several gaming awards, including Best PC Game of the Year. 2002 has also started off well, with the launch of the company's own highly anticipated game, Disciples II: Dark Prophecy. Other titles planned for release later in the year are Trainz, Microsoft Train Simulator's Add-On Pack, Diggles, O.R.B., Nexagon: The Pit and Zero-G Marines.
Those who are interested in meeting with members of Strategy First during the show to discuss potential business relationships can visit booth # 08.12, 10.11 under the Telefilm Canada Umbrella or contact email@example.com for an appointment.