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iParkBoston Presenting Korean Game Products at E3

by Rainier on May 10, 2003 @ 2:27 a.m. PDT

iParkBoston today announced that they are presenting a range of Korean game development companies and their products to potential publishers and software distributors in the U.S. at the Electronic Entertainment Expo next week. Read more for details ...

"As part of our efforts to connect U.S. publishers with innovative Korean developers, we are pleased to announce this series of meetings at E3," said Hank Ahn, President of iParkBoston. "Korean game development companies represent a relatively untapped resource for the U.S. game market. They have extensive experience in developing games with extremely strong followings, including massively multiplayer products with enormous user bases."

"Development in Korea is very economical, making it possible to create state-of-the-art entertainment product at an extremely reasonable cost. It's a win for both the developers and the publishers," said Mr. Ahn.

iParkBoston invites entertainment software publishing companies with an interest in innovative PC, wireless and Internet-based games to visit the "Avengers" conference room located on Suite level B West, at the Staples Center between 9:00am and 2:00pm on May 14-16, or contact Mark Tsai at iParkBoston (781-526-7649 during E3) to schedule appointments with Korean Game developers.

A full range of exciting game product from leading Korean developers will be on display during E3. Representatives from these companies and others will be available to discuss publishing and development opportunities, and to provide insight on dealing with Korean businesses.


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