Monthly Archives: May 2013
We really should have done this years ago, as TIGA is such a great trade association for independent games companies….but we’re finally fully paid-up, card carrying members of TIGA. (We do get a card, right?)
Publish Date: Thursday 9th May 2013
TIGA, the organisation representing the games industry, has welcomed social mobile games developer EVIL27Games as its latest member.
Founded by Kevin Corti who has 13 years’ experience of developing serious, social and mobile games, the company focuses on mid-core tablet games and specifically with an interest in exploring the potential for user-generated content for mobile gamers. It has an iOS and Android puzzle game in development which it will launch this summer but the company is currently exploring ideas around user-generated content, or ‘mobile modding’ as a mechanism for driving user acquisition and an engaged and loyal player base.
Kevin Corti said:
“The games market is increasingly becoming one characterised by micros and small independent developers. Our belief is that our collective success lies in positive collaboration and cooperation and we see TIGA as the perfect body to help foster this.”
Dr Richard Wilson, CEO of TIGA, said:
“EVIL27 is a young and enthusiastic company and the type that TIGA is well placed to help with, not least through our provision of networking events, best practice information and advice and discounts from third party suppliers. Networking is particularly important for companies of this size and we are in a great position to assist. I am delighted that Kevin Corti’s EVIL27 Games has joined TIGA.”
Notes to editors:
TIGA is the trade association representing the UK’s games industry. The majority of our members are either independent games developers or in-house publisher owned developers. We also have games publishers, outsourcing companies, technology businesses and universities amongst our membership. Since 2010, TIGA has won 14 business awards and has been nominated a finalist for 16 other awards.
TIGA’s vision is to make the UK the best place in the world to do games business. We focus on three sets of activities: political representation, generating media coverage and developing services that enhance the competitiveness of our members. This means that TIGA members are effectively represented in the corridors of power, their voice is heard in the media and they receive benefits that make a material difference to their businesses, including a reduction in costs and improved commercial opportunities.
For further information, please contact Dr Richard Wilson, TIGA CEO on: 07875 939 643, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.