Video game developer Vivid Games expects an approximately 50 percent increase in revenue in 2014, as stated by the CEO of the firm Remigiusz Koscielny.
The firm wishes to increase its presence on Asian markets. This includes entering local sales platforms in China, development in South Korea and cooperation with the largest producers of electronic devices.
“Real Boxing”, one of the firm's games, is successful on a worldwide scale with 850,000 pieces sold. Apart from the upgrade and new versions of Real Boxing, the premiere of the firm's new “Godfire” title will take place, produced with Platige Image.
Koscielny added that the company is currently not interested in moving from the NewConnect index to the main one, but might be interested in getting a strategic partner from the sector.
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