i-Jet Media Publishes Social Games in Korea and Vietnam
In April 2011, i-Jet Media carried out first launches of applications on another two Asian social networks. Wild West Trains and Airport were published on Vietnam's social network Go.vn, and Farm of Happiness was made available on South Korea's Cyworld (Nate.com). In this way, the company continues its expansion into local social games markets around the world including Asia.
"The significant number of Internet and social networks users makes the Asian market very attractive to social gaming companies. By systematically connecting Asian local social networks to our own platform, we allow social game developers to grasp new big opportunities", said Alexey Kostarev, CEO and Co-founder of i-Jet Media.
It will be recalled that earlier this year i-Jet Media published 7 games on global social network Friendster which gets the most traffic flow from Asian countries. Launched were Wild West Trains, Farm Frenzy, Farm of Happiness, Sim Hospital, City Gangs, Airport, and Pirates of the Caribbean. In addition, i-Jet Media published Farm Frenzy and Wild West Trains on a Taiwanese social network, MiniK.
Go.vn is the second largest social network in Vietnam. It embraces 3 million users and is distinguished by the continuos growth in audience. Go.vn takes the lead over the Vietnamese segment of Facebook which has 1.5 million registered users. http://go.vn
Cyworld is South Korea's largest social network. It operates within the framework of Nate.com which is one of the country's most popular web portals. Cyworld's audience numbers 25 million users, or more than 60% of all Internet users in South Korea, whereas Facebook is left with only 3.5 million people in this country. http://www.nate.com
i-Jet Media is one of the world's largest distribution networks and publishers of social games. More than 70 million Internet users play dozens of social games created by 40+ game developers from different countries and published by i-Jet Media on 30+ social networks across the world. The company plans to keep on extending its distribution network in Asia by connecting to Japanese, Thai and Korean social networks, and to continue actively working on European and American markets.
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